Symantec Corp. has introduced Norton SystemWorks 2006 Basic Edition, the latest product in the Norton SystemWorks range of PC health solutions. The Norton SystemWorks 2006 Basic Edition offers users the necessary tools required to maintain and optimise their computer, solve common problems and help enhance system performance.
Symantec now provides consumers an option to select from three products based on which solution best suits their needs – Norton SystemWorks 2006, Norton SystemWorks 2006 Premier and Norton SystemWorks 2006 Basic Edition.
Vice president, consumer products and solutions, Symantec Corp Rowan Trollope said, Maintaining a PC’s health by optimizing its performance and preventing system problems is just as important as securing it from Internet threats.” He added, “Norton SystemWorks 2006 Basic Edition is a robust solution that gives consumers who are looking for a product to complement their security software the ability to keep their computers running at optimal performance levels.”
That’s not it…apart from providing the tools in Norton Utilities that help optimise and fix hard drives, Norton SystemWorks 2006 Basic Edition includes One Button Checkup, a customisable feature that scans for problems, reports on issues found and gives users the choice if they want to or do not want to fix the problem in just one click.
Norton SystemWorks 2006 Basic Edition also includes Norton GoBack, Symantec’s data protection and recovery solution, which provides out-of-the-box continuous rollback. Norton GoBack keeps systems safe from damage caused by problematic installations, faulty software and potentially unwanted programs such as spyware and adware.
The built-in Norton Cleanup keeps PCs clean, allowing consumers to remove Internet clutter, their most recently used files, media file logs and temporary files, improving their system’s efficiency and protecting their privacy.
Other essential tools in Norton SystemWorks 2006 Basic Edition include Process Viewer 2.0, which identifies processes running at a specific point in time, allowing users to identify impacts to overall performance. System Optimizer 2.0 allows consumers to turn on and off almost any Windows XP shortcut, customising the Windows environment to accommodate their needs.