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Techvedic Launches TunePRO360 (a Windows-based PC Optimizer) in UK

Press Release: August 13, 2015

Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Techvedic today announced the launch of TunePRO360, a Windows-based PC optimizer, in the UK. Equipped with disc cleanup, disk defragmenter, registry cleaner, duplicate file uninstaller and several other PC memory enhancement and repair features, the PC optimizer would help the users of Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 to keep their systems in the perfect working state on their own.

TunePRO360 is currently available as a freeware or free software. Anybody without any obligation can download the software after assessing the system compatibility with respect to it. The vendor is not eyeing on monetizing the product, rather it’s focused on building a good rapport with customers. On being questioned as why it has not quoted any price, Sumit Ruhela, VP, Business Development, Tecvedic, said, “Giving away has always inspired us at Techvedic, and this is a noble way to respond to the overwhelming acceptance and love that we got from the Britons in all these years.”

TunePRO360 is a strong contender in the free PC optimizer category and the company needs to brace itself up to get more clicks. According to trusted sources, the company is trying to partner with noted technology review portals with a bid to market its product. In the wake of the launch of Windows 10, the company needs to pay its attention towards making the software compatible with the latest operating system. Otherwise, for consumers interested in TunePRO360, but looking forward to upgrade their systems to Windows 10, it would be a catch-22 situation.

TunePRO360 has evoked good response in the US, where it was launched initially in May 2015. According to the company’s record, over 10, 000 users have downloaded the product so far. It would be interesting to watch that how does the company deal with the expectation of its customers in the UK.

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