Reason Software Launches a One-Click Solution to Boost PC Performance, and Remove Crapware

Reason Software is announces the beta launch of Boost, PC performance optimization software that restores and revitalizes a computer with just one-click.
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Nov. 28, 2012 - PRLog -- New York, NY- Reason Software is announces the beta launch of Boost, PC performance optimization software that restores and revitalizes a computer with just one-click.  

Boost is designed to declutter the PC by removing extraneous, CPU and memory exhausting software known as crapware which includes unneeded toolbars, adware, tracking programs and other “promotional software” that has either been installed by the manufacturer or accumulates over time as various programs are downloaded by the user. “Crapware truly prevents a PC from running how it should, because it is such a drain on resources that the PC is too bogged down to operate properly. In most cases the PC comes out of the box with preinstalled crapware as manufacturers are paid by other parties to ship their computers out this way, so from day one the PC is not running at its fullest potential. It then becomes a guessing game for the user of what programs to remove without impacting the important programs, but with Boost we have removed the guess work… with just one-click to the Boost button it’s all done. As soon as the user feels their PC’s performance start to waiver, whether it’s crashing, booting slowly, or just taking too long to process certain functions, they can simply hit the Boost button and get immediate relief…that simple. Our goal is to take the crapware out of the PC, as simply and effectively as possible so that the user can gain back control”, Andrew Newman, Reason CEO and Chief Architect of Boost.

Boost has a very simple design and is able to make a big difference with just one click. A small red, yellow or green speedometer-like icon, or ”Boost button”, appears at the bottom of the screen serving as a barometer for PC’s performance.  When in the red, the PC is running very poorly and is in dire need of a Boost, yellow indicates the PC is operating at a sluggish pace and could use a Boost, and green means the PC is running at its fullest potential. This rather conversant system always keeps the user in the know, and as soon as the user feels their PC needs a Boost, the click the Boost icon and the PC is stabilizes and runs optimally as its now unhampered by crapware.

Boost’s easy-to-use interface is designed to benefit users of all levels from the most basic to the “PC Power” user.   For basic, less technical users, who just want their computers to run well, then Boost is the perfect solution with its simple, one-click optimization. However, for advanced users (PC power users), Boost is also the perfect solution, with its deep analysis tool set. The Boost analysis tool set will help further drill down to find what is happening under the hood, and allows to user to become more hands on when it comes to making

Boost is now in Beta, and free trial downloads are being offered on the site:, where more information can also be found on crapware and the Boost technology.

Reason Software, founded by Andrew Newman, is a privately held company based in New York, specializing in making consumer-based software that improves PC performance and stability in order to make PC users happy users. Andrew is veteran of the technology industry as the co-creator of GIANT AntiSpyware which was acquired by Microsoft in 2004 and now serves as the foundation of Windows Defender and Microsoft Security Essentials. Andrew now holds a number of patents around distributed computing, data aggregation and information discovery.
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