Agomo: CCleaner and Defraggler Functionality Available in the Cloud

Article by George Norman (Cybersecurity Editor)

on 02 Sep 2013

Privately owned software house Piriform recently introduced a nice new tool called Agomo, tool that makes it possible to optimize multiple computers from the cloud. It basically takes CCleaner and Defraggler’s functionality and makes it available in the cloud. This means you can use Agomo to locally or remotely remove junk files, defrag drives, fix Registry Problems, manage startup programs, and view system info.

Agomo Video Presentation

“Agomo brings the power of our award-winning software to the cloud – letting you clean, defrag and monitor your computers from anywhere, using your browser,” explained Piriform. “So whether you're in a coffee shop, at a hotel, or getting some quality sofa time, you can keep up with your PC maintenance.”

Agomo Main Features
  • Locally or remotely optimize your computer(s).
  • CCleaner functionality: remove junk files, fix Registry problems, manage startup programs
  • Defraggler functionality: defrag your hard disk.
  • View system info: CPU load, memory usage, and more.
  • Add or remove software applications.
  • Email alerts are sent out before problems occur.
  • Schedule cleaning or defragmentation jobs.

Please note that Agomo is currently in Beta. You can sign up to test Agomo Beta on the official website. If you don’t want to Beta test the application, you can enter your email and you will be notified when the application graduates from Beta.

“When Piriform started, we set out to create the fastest and most efficient desktop products to make computers cleaner, safer and faster,” said Piriform. “We're now looking to do the same from the web, but we need your help and suggestions to improve. Sign up today for access to the beta version of Agomo and help shape the future of computer optimization!”

In related news, Piriform updated CCleaner to version 4.05. The update brings with it support for Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview, Windows Event Log cleaning, updated Intelligent Cookie Scanning, improved behavior when removing System Restore points, and more. You can check out the change log here. And you can download the latest CCleaner edition from FindMySoft here.

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