[access-uk] Re: Software to check

  • From: "Ibrahim Gucukoglu" <ibrahim_gucukoglu@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2015 18:34:24 -0000

Hi Richard.

When you open the program, you will be presented with the overview screen.  
There are two paynes to the program, the one on the left allows you to navigate 
the various sections of the suite, whilst the larger Payne shows you the 
section in focus at that time.  Use the convenient OCR function in JAWS to find 
and click on the overview Payne where you will see a summary of the utilities 
setup.  Active care should be set to standard for most users, however you can 
customise the actions active care will take in the active care tab in the left 
hand Payne.  The CPU information is for information only, it tells you how many 
threads of your CPU are being used at that time by applications, System 
Mechanic automatically handles memory and cpu resource allocation, so you don’t 
need to worry about that too much.  In the overview tab, check that live boost 
is set to full boost, this will then ensure you are getting the most out of the 
real-time optimisation features System Mechanic has, these are configured in 
the live boost utility, an icon for which should have been placed on your 

All the best, Ibrahim.

From: Richard Godfrey-McKay 
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2015 4:10 PM
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Software to check 

Thanks for this Ibrahim.  

I have this prog, but am not sure if I’ve configured it correctly.  Sounds as 
though I need to ensure that “Active Care” is running, and I can then just 
leave it to get on with it?  


I noticed the other day a message saying that 4 out of 8 CPU’s were running, or 
something to that effect.  Is this normal, or should I be investigating, I 



Richard Godfrey-McKay

Telephone: 01738-445 880

Mobile: 07791 452 593


From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of 
Ibrahim Gucukoglu
Sent: 06 January 2015 16:50
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Software to check 


Hi Sharon.


I use Iolo System mechanic, an all in one PC fix it and maintenance tool.  You 
can get it from www.iolo.commm and if you wish, search for reviews on the 
program which are all generally very positive.  It has a very comprehensive set 
of tools and a patented system called active care which maintains the computer 
automatically when it is not being used by performing routine housekeeping 
tasks.  Works well with JAWS if you’re happy to use convenient OCR and the JAWS 


All the best, Ibrahim.


From: Sharon Bowell 

Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2015 12:52 PM

To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 

Subject: [access-uk] Software to check 




Asking on behalf of a friend.  She is looking for a program to check and fix 
any registry items in her windows 7 machine.  This program needs to be Jaws 16 
accessible if possible.


My friend thinks she has some registry issues, but is not sure what these are, 
and is unsure of how to fix them.


Any help appreciated.




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