I tried TuneUp and found the latest versions too invasive for regular use. Although it's a very good program, I don't like it scanning everything I do for possible optimizations. Even though It's a good program, personally I wouldn't use it, but if you want easy maintenance and moreover haven't had any problems with it, go for it.
CCleaner is a good option too, but far more limited (good point is that it's free).
BTW, I don't buy at all that "Windows 7 doesn't requires maintenance, it cares for itself". It's really a marketing trick with no technical support or background at all. My personal experience tells the opposite.
Quote: Originally Posted by bbinnard
Wow! I read the permissions agreement Tuneup Utilities wants you to accept before installing and it is really scary. They collect all sorts of personal identification information about you and your system and store it on their system for future use.
No way would I install software like that on my system. Talk about Big Brother!
You're also one of the first people I know about that actually read the licence of programs
instead of just click "I accept" hehehe