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Microsoft Launches PC Manager for Advanced Windows System Care

Microsoft PC Manager leaves preview. Optimize performance, clean junk files, troubleshoot issues, and enjoy a pop-up blocker.


has introduced the PC Manager application, designed to enhance the performance of both and 11 . Initially introduced in 2022, the Microsoft PC Manager has now been released out of preview and is available for download from the on both x64 and ARM versions of Windows.

App Capabilities and Design Philosophy

The software provides users with one-click solutions to optimize system performance and RAM utilization, clear drive space from unnecessary files, troubleshoot various operating system components, and integrate anti-virus measures using the Microsoft Defender platform. Furthermore, the app features a pop-up blocker for , with hopes of reducing the interruptions from persistent notifications such as those from OneDrive urging for backup activation.

Microsoft articulates that PC Manager adheres to four product concepts: simplicity, fluency, closeness to native design, efficiency, and a distraction-free, secure experience. The application presents a user-friendly interface that blends seamlessly with the aesthetic of and offers a multitude of features without overcomplicating the user experience.

Additional Functionalities Offering Convenience

Beyond standard maintenance, PC Manager boasts additional tools such as a floating toolbar, which displays real-time RAM usage. This floating bar can be kept on the screen or hidden in a collapsible sidebar for user convenience. However, it does not offer tracking for CPU or GPU usage. Added functionalities include a shortcut to the Snipping Tool, the option to pin websites for speedy access, and an integrated Task Manager alternative that enables users to view running processes, examine the RAM consumption of each one, and terminate the ones that are consuming excessive resources.

While the application is now more broadly available, as of its current state, it only offers English and Chinese language options, suggesting that the localization process is still in progress. For users interested in exploring the capabilities of Microsoft PC Manager, it can be downloaded directly from the Microsoft Store.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.