TweakPower starts with the main interface or dashboard. You can look at your PC mode, security settings, drive health, bootup and shutdown, system information, etc. A button to create a System Restore Point is prominently featured, as it should be.
You will find quick access to other areas at the top, including Cleaning, Optimize, and All functions.
Cleaning includes a registry cleaner, browser cleaner, system cleaner, and plug-in cleaner. You are notified if any problems are found, and you can scan all four areas or deactivate anything you’d instead not run. After analyzing, you can look at the found problems’ details or click “Optimize Now” to clean up.
Optimize will shut down Windows faster, shorten wait times for crashed programs, optimize Windows Appearance, speed up disks, and speed up the system and SSD acceleration. Each of these comes with a brief description of what they do. Once again, clicking on “Optimize Now” will begin the optimization process. The gear icon allows you to choose what you want to optimize. It runs very quickly.
All functions combine a few tools you may have already used but adds dozens more and expand upon the already run scans. For example, there’s a registry defrag, remove duplicate files, other windows customization, system information, internet optimization, process explorer, share or encrypt files, and more. This is the geek tab for those who want to delve in further.