Microsoft appears to be working on an app that will optimize Windows PCs. The Windows app, dubbed “Microsoft PC Manager”, was recently made available online (beta-testing), and is currently awaiting user feedback.
Microsoft Windows PC Manager Features
According to ‘s details, Microsoft developed an independent PC optimization tool that Windows users can use. The tech giant called it “Microsoft PC Manager” and the tool performs optimization tasks similar to Piriform’s CCleaner.
Microsoft seems to have the product under trial in China, and it is mentioned on the official App Store page.
Microsoft PC Manager was able to make MS PC Manager their favorite option by paying close attention to the users’ habits. We now have our own version.
The official Microsoft site mentions that the PC Manager App has the following features.
- One-click Acceleration – Speeds up your device by clearing out junk in the system and freeing up resources that are occupied.
- System Space Management Performs disk cleanups, scans large files and manages disk space.
- System scan detects viruses and malware to improve device performance. It runs through the embedded .
- System health check scans your device for potential hardware problems, fixing any system issues and troubleshooting any glitches.
Beta testing of the app is now possible
This app was developed by Microsoft without much hype. Lumia explained in another tweet that the app was already available for several months. It was only available in Chinese and in beta testing. The app was released in beta testing and is now available on the Microsoft App Store. However, it remains secret until this article’s writing.
Visuals suggest the app was developed in China. App screenshots and descriptions are also displayed in Chinese. The app is only listed in one language (Chinese) on the Microsoft App Store listing.
The current version of the PC Manager app is available in the App Store. This app supports X64-based Windows 10 versions 19041.0 and higher.
To download the app, users can go to the and the . It’s still in beta testing and could have some bugs. Users can still share feedback with developers to improve the product.
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