Instead of having to use 3rd party tools, you can now use PC Manager, a system cleaning and management application for Windows 11 developed by Microsoft itself.

Learn the PC Manager application – the offspring of Microsoft

Recent versions of Windows have shown that Microsoft has begun to put a lot of emphasis on listening to users’ opinions. Specifically, a series of basic features have been upgraded and changed. The simplest example here is that most users no longer need anti-virus software for Windows 11 because Windows Security has done a good job of protecting it.

And recently, third-party “junk cleaning” software and applications will be the next object that Microsoft puts in the “past” by releasing the PC Manager application.

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Basically, PC Manager gives users an overview of the health of their computers. The application can help users delete temporary files, manage running applications and track updates, all in one place.

So how can I install and try PC Manager when it is still in the development stage and is only available to Chinese users? This article will give you suggestions.

Download PC Manager Public Beta version

Step 1: Open Settings and go to “Time & language”. Then click on “Language & region”.

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Step 2: Change the selection in the “Country or region” line to “China”.

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Now go to this link https://t.co/mWpALiFeIE and click “Get”.

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Microsoft Store will download and install the PC Manager application automatically.

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Instructions on how to experience Microsoft PC Manager

PC Manager has two main functional tabs, the “Cleanup” tab shows temporary files that include things like system logs and provides an option where you can delete them to free up space. Of course, this is not really new when you can already delete your files using the Settings app.

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Similarly, the application allows you to see what is using system resources, which you normally do with Task Manager.

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It may also suggest shutting down some apps to improve performance.

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Next is the “Security” tab, which allows you to check for potential security threats on your PC and make sure it has the latest updates from Windows Update.

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There is also a browser protection option Browser Protection.

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In addition to bringing all these features into the same app, this seems to be another way for Microsoft to try to push users to switch to its own Edge browser. When suggesting actions to take to improve PC performance, the screenshot shows that one of the “potential issues” that may need to be fixed is setting your default browser back to Edge.

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Overall, it can be seen that PC Manager is a pretty good “all-in-one” application because it concentrates most of the features scattered across the system into one place for user convenience. How do you feel about this Microsoft application?

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