SYDNEY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Auslogics Software, a leading Australian publisher of innovative PC optimization programs, has announced that it is going green. The company introduced the Auslogics Green Seal to mark its freeware products that are free of any adware, toolbars and all other types of add-ons or third-party offers that a user may consider undesirable.
One of the most common user complaints today is software installers being bundled with various additional offers, toolbars or programs that may change the PC’s default web browser, search engine or home page. Auslogics announces its commitment to offering users totally clean freeware. With the introduction of the Green Seal, the company intends to give its users the added assurance that no additional items will be installed onto their computers with an Auslogics product that bears the guarantee badge.
“Users don’t want any piggy-backers when they install legitimate software. With the Auslogics Green Seal program we wanted to let our users know that we hear them and we care about what they want from our software,” – says Anna Lind, the company’s PR Representative. “We guarantee that users can relax when installing our freeware. With Auslogics free really means free, as in free of charge and free of any unwanted extras.”
Auslogics has just released updates to their line of freeware products with the Green Seal available at www.auslogics.com. This includes: Auslogics Disk Defrag Free, Registry Cleaner, Registry Defrag, Browser Care and Auslogics Duplicate File Finder.
Founded in 2008 in Sydney, Australia, Auslogics Software publishes a wide range of innovative computer maintenance, optimization and security tools for home and business use.
Software from Auslogics is used by over 15 million people around the globe and is the tool of choice of many IT professionals and computer manufacturing companies. The company is a Microsoft Gold Application Development Partner.
Auslogics Disk Defrag has been praised as the best disk defragmentation tool on CNET and other online resources, as well as included in the 10 best free software programs of the year list by PC Magazine several years in a row.