Microsoft is said to be working on its own utility to help preserve a file computer By recommending specific settings and deleting unused files and apps to help free up space for the future Windows 11 Modernization.
according to Newer Windows (Opens in a new tab)It’s available on the Microsoft Store as a public beta, but the company seems to have hidden its availability for the time being.
Regardless, we were able to grab a version of PC Manager and try it out for ourselves. While a third of its features refused to work, we could turn off apps, while the ‘Boost’ feature was able to remove a bunch of temporary files, showing how much space it freed up. This cleaning task is usually handled by third-party products such as CCleaner.
Microsoft Defender may be due to a major update
Microsoft’s app works really well, aside from its crashing (obviously incomplete) but it’s fast and might eventually be a great feature for Windows 11.
It tells us that Microsoft has decided to expand defender wing, which was supposed to rival McAfee and Norton in the days of Windows XP. Go to the “About” page appears Microsoft Defenderso it could arrive as a new version of the company’s antivirus suite in 2023.
So far, PC Manager is a promising start from Microsoft, which may indicate that the company wants to double down on helping the user better manage computers and delete files that can be safely removed, without having to dig into system folders.