For the PC Gamers: System Mechanic 10 Contest Giveaway [WINNERS]

By | 4 years ago 

[UPDATE]

We have our winners!

  • Mike Hoyle
  • Manpreet Singh Matharoo
  • JMC McGinn
  • “Red”
  • Chris Randant

If you didn’t win, you can still check out the free version of System Mechanic featuring 7 award-winning tools at iolo’s website.

Thanks for entering and for reading Game Rant!

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A little more than nine months ago, I had the opportunity to review iolo’s PC tuneup software, System Mechanic 10.5. This automated all-in-one software tool focuses on streamlining PC processes and minimizing redundancies that could affect a PC’s performance and speed by repairing routine issues with little to no work on the part of the user.

I found that System Mechanic was a great and simple tool to keep your Windows PC running at optimal levels. Specifically, System Mechanic 10’s toolset helps with the following issues:

  • repairing errors, crashes, and freezes
  • speeding up Windows start time
  • cleaning out clutter and junk files in order to prevent slowdowns and bottlenecks
  • eliminating security holes and clearing out private data
  • potentially improving gaming experience

Not only did I find the PC utilities program to be a great one-stop shop for keeping my rig in tip-top shape at the time of of the review, but System Mechanic has ensured that my high-end PC rig is still performing at the same level as when I first took it out of the box. My machine still produces the same consistent frame rate scores as those from my initial testing. Further, System Mechanic is not a resource hog, and when it is idle, the utility suite does not affect the performance of my other programs, even during all-nighter gaming sessions.

Since we here at Game Rant like to share a good thing with our readers whenever possible, we have managed to snag five full retail licenses, which normally retail at $49.95, to give away to our PC gamers.

Wondering how this contest will work? Tell us what your favorite all-time PC game is and why below in the comments section. We’ll pick five winners from the most passionate entries here and on Twitter/Facebook.

System Mechanic is currently available for Windows XP/Vista/7 computers.