Two key new 3.0 program features include junk file deletion and privacy item removal. The file deletion attribute will eliminate all unnecessary hard drive files to free up more disk space.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
Boost Software will release the full version of PC Health Boost 3.0 on by November 1, 2013. All summer long, the Boost Poland Team worked hard to push this product past the alpha phase into customers’ hands.
“We left no stone unturned concerning the development of PC HealthBoost. We tested and tested... and then tested again,” says Amit Mehta, who also states that he wants to create a brand that is respected around the world.
Two key new 3.0 program features include junk file deletion and privacy item removal. The file deletion attribute will eliminate all unnecessary hard drive files to free up more disk space. All PC Health Boost 3.0 users can also delete their browser history and saved passwords right from the program instead of an Internet toolbar.
“This helps accomplish two main objectives,” said Public Relations Director Erin Walsh, “It will speed up PC performance and prevent identity theft.”
Furthermore, Boost Software Co-founder Peter Dunbar says the 3.0 version also provides these attributes: Faster performance, easier to use interface and more graphically-appealing GUIs.
Big plans for this brand new Microsoft registry cleaner launch were discussed at a recent company quarterly meeting.
“This is an exciting new time for PC Health Boost. We have several products in the works. This is just the beginning. We have a phenomenal team ready to move forward. We practically went straight to beta and right past alpha with this release—it was flawless,” said Boost Software’s Public Relations Director Erin Walsh.
Before its final release, it will officially go into beta testing about two weeks before the November 1st launch date.
“We want to make sure everything is perfect,” said Boost Poland Developer Mariusz Kilian.
Peter Dunbar and Amith Mehta invested over $500,000 since 2010 to produce PC HealthBoost. Now, Boost Software’s Poland office founded in 2013 has become the official software development center. For more questions about the final 3.0 release, please visit PCHealthboost.com.