Soluto Could Be To Blame …
For all the frantic stories about a drastic slowdown in PC sales so far in 2013.
By providing a tool for maintaining a stable and more robust PC that can boot at optimal speed, Soluto has possibly extended the usable life of many PCs that otherwise frustrated owners might have replaced. However, the slowdown may only be until Windows XP reaches end of support next year.
All grown up …
The awesomely good App for managing your PC frustrations is all grown up and going into the workplace.
Soluto‘s CEO sent an email out to registered users and no doubt this accompanied a conventional and social media blitz.
The PC management and maintenance App that makes keeping your PC speedy and stable a doddle is to quote Soluto CEO, Tomer Dvir,
“…launched our new service for IT managers in small businesses and IT service providers.
The new service includes some awesome new features such as remote access, chat, asset management and extended reports, and can really help IT pros to become more productive and provide a better service.”
For The Uninitiated…
Soluto has been through a couple of major iterations. Originally Soluto was a client application, installed on your PC that allowed you to: –
- Reduce boot time by pausing or delaying unnecessary items that run at Startup.
- Receive real-time notification when an application crash occurs / recurs and offer information on the problem.
- Manage browser add-ons and remove those slowing down your browser.
- Add applications on your PC that Soluto does not recognize to its PC Genome (By adding this information Soluto applied a neat crowdsourcing solution to creating a comprehensive knowledge-base and thus the user who adds the app pays it forward to other users also using that software).
Next big iteration Soluto went to the web and it allowed management of those features on your or 4 other PCs via the web interface and all for free. In addition Soluto added the feature of (popular) 3rd Party Software update by remote.
The Warptest POV
I have been using Soluto since the earliest version came out. The move into the business market is eminently logical. It was either that or form a strategic alliance with OEMs to deliver Soluto pre-installed on PCs or branch out into the Smartphone/Tablet markets.
Soluto is not just incredibly functional and replaces a couple of other tools that IT professionals may be using but it comes in what may be the most eye-catching and user friendly UI you have ever seen. The free consumer product seems to be among one of the best tested I have seen in a long time and in all my time using Soluto I have only twice reported issues to their Support who responded promptly.
The pricing for Soluto for up to 10 users is incredible value for money and to my knowledge they were one of the first Windows 8 Apps released so they have you covered for all currently supported PC Operating Systems.
If you are an SMB and want to reduce antacid consumption, swearathons and the like in your IT department then I would be seriously considering making the jump to a more efficient way of managing your work PCs.
Finally, if you are interested in signing up for Soluto then click here
Disclosure: hitting this link will take you to Soluto’s site but is also part of a competition they are running. Soluto will award an iPad Mini for the user with the most sign ups. So you can help yourself and help me too.