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First of all, I have to declare: AppNee has no interest or patience for any all-in-one type of system tools such like System Mechanic. Any similar software will come to the end of a blind alley when they develop to the end – their functions are many but not fine, miscellaneous but not pure, can do many things but none can be done best. Anyway, since our computer needs regular maintenance to keep good performance, so System Mechanic is worth a try. Maybe it’s just what you like or need.