A Step by Step summary on how to use your iolo Activation Key
Over time & with regular use, PCs slowly degrade: Dilatory performance, strange error messages, software lockups, crashes at worst possible time—we’ve all knowledgeable it. And this is why iolo created System Mechanic to resolve many, wide ranging issues of these problems & prevent them from happening again in future use.
System Mechanic iolo is able to offer this done approach to computer care because it integrates multiple functions—50+ diagnostic, repair, & optimization features—into one simple to use interface.
More than 50 features sounds like a lot and it is! but System Mechanic is designed so that you can quickly get to repairs & optimizations you need, skip those you don’t, and explore as much or as little about your PC as you’d like.
This quick 5-step tutorial introduces you to System Mechanic & assist you get started using product: before you know it, you’ll be enjoying faster, more efficient, & more reliable PC.
Step 1: Analyze Your Computer
Your first step should be to run an analysis of your computer. When you first open System Mechanic, you’ll be on Dashboard’s Overview pane.
Simply hit Analyze Now & then view progress as System Mechanic analyzes your system & checks for problems.
When analysis is done (typically, in less than 5 minutes), you’ll see screenshot of your computer’s status—along with graphic showing its health, security, & overall condition—& see number of problems that System Mechanic detected.
Step 2: Repair Problems
Now that you’ve check your PC, you can select how you need to run any needed repairs:
- One click: To fastly make needed fixes & optimizations, simply hit Repair All. With this option, System Mechanic will automatically run repairs & optimizations using default settings. This is the fastest & easiest way to keep your computer in top condition.
View details: To get more info prior to running any repairs, click View issues. The issues pane will display, showing you a list of all problems detected on your PC along with descriptions of how a repair can assist your computer. You can then decide which issues you need to fix. This option is ideal for the user who need more control over repairs
Step 3: Set Up Automated Monitoring & Repairs
Patented ActiveCaretechnology proctor your computer for potential issues & then automatically runs repairs when your PC needs them. This process keeps your computer healthy by immediately resolve problems before they cause serious damage. And best of all, ActiveCare runs silently in background—only when your computer is powered on but you’re not using it—so it never interrupts you when you’re on computer.
You can pick & select which automated repairs ActiveCare runs by making selections from Automated Tasks pane. Go to ActiveCare > Automated Tasks & then simply click toggle button next to a task to turn automated fix on or off.
Note: ActiveCare is designed to never interfere with your computing work: if you return to your computer while ActiveCare is processing, you can either cancel process or let it continue.
Step 4: Run Any Other Desired Tools
After running recommended repairs & setting up automated tasks, you may need to explore more tweaks, fixes, & optimizations—if so, Toolbox is the place for you.
The Toolbox has both All-in-one Tools & Individual Tools:
- All-in-one Tools combine essential fixes into one simple wizard, each of which targets a certain issues area. Go to Toolbox > All-in-one Tools, & you can select from following: PC TotalCare®, PC Accelerator, PC Repair, PC Cleanup, PC Security, & Total Registry Revitalizer™. These all-in-one tools are great solution for the busy user who need to be up & running quickly.
- Each of Individual Tools runs a repair, optimization, or diagnostic that is tailored to a specific need. The tools are grouped into function-based categories—this way, you can simply get to all individual repairs & optimizations to address your need.Go to Toolbox > Individual Tools and explore the tools under each of these categories: Increase Performance, Enhance Protection, Clean Up System Clutter, Repair isseus, Ensure Personal Privacy, Manage System Configuration, & Perform Diagnostics.
The tools in System Mechanic use “wizard” format, which means they guide you step-by-step with instructions on how to run processes (and informative messages and graphics are provided throughout).
Step 5: Learn More about System Mechanic
If you need to get more information about your computer or delve even deeper into System Mechanic, here are some of System Mechanic’s other features you should consider exploring:
- Stay informed about status of your all-important internet protection: go to Internet Security and & hit Anti-malware or Firewall.
- Get IntelliStatus® data for advanced analysis & performance-tracking; these statistics show real-time information about system components that most significantly impact PC performance: go to Reports > IntelliStatus.
- View detailed statistics of repairs & optimizations made by System Mechanic: go to Reports > History.
- Tailor System Mechanic’s settings to suit your preferences & work style: from menu bar, hit Options.