Windows Full VersionAug 2, 2014

Free WinUtilities Pro (100% discount)

Terms and Conditions Technical Details
  • Developed by YL Computing
  • Current version is v11.16
  • Download size is 6.04 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8/8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/45

WinUtilities Pro is a system utility that has over 20 built-in tools that help you clean, optimize, speedup, and maintain your computer and protect your privacy — such as browser history and cache cleaning, junk and temp file removal, registry and disk defrag, registry and disk cleaning, memory optimizer, files and executable protection, uninstall manager, and more.

This giveaway has no free updates. Get WinUtilities Pro with free lifetime updates to get lifetime free updates, free tech support, ability to install/reinstall whenever you want, and business + home use.

This sale has expired, sorry! See Active Sales list for more free and discounted Windows software.

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  1. pascal

    Reply to this comment#42


  2. Sandy Coulter

    Reply to this comment#41

    I have this on my XP machine from Giveawayoftheday since 2011. It says: “Expiration Date: Never”
    And, it offers me an update to the latest version at startup, but I have not taken it in case it will screw it up. Since my machine is so old I am thinking there is no reason to update or replace it with this newer version and end up with a 1-year expiring license.

    I installed this new one on my Win8 laptop but had to disable the McAfee siteadvisor in order to download it.

  3. Matt

    Reply to this comment#40

    There’s already a free program that can do all this (minus the defrag), it’s called CCleaner.

  4. Daniel Moreno

    Reply to this comment#39

    Desde há muitos anos foi sempre este o meu programa preferido. Parabéns, gosto imenso

  5. Dan

    Reply to this comment#38

    I try install but i have an error mesage: ~The setup file are corupted. Plesase obtaine a new copy of the program.~
    Can helpp me?

  6. KS Yang

    Reply to this comment#37


  7. JB

    Reply to this comment#36


  8. Robert Heck

    Reply to this comment#35

    I have followed the instruction to the letter (five times) After I restart the free Win Utitities Pro, I am sent back to the
    page to re enter the registration information again & again & again.

  9. Sunnaze

    Reply to this comment#34

    Does anyone know how this stacks up against Glary Utilities PRO Version

  10. FredB

    Reply to this comment#33

    Downloaded, installed and registered. Win7 Ultimate(32), in less than 5 minutes :-) Many thanks YL and . . . – - – . . .

  11. skybase

    Reply to this comment#32

    @26 & 27: Left it installed overnight. Next morning tried the shortcut on desktop again and got a window with a place to click for registration. Luckily the giveaway was more than 24hrs. Entered key and it’s working fine.
    Looks nice. Thanks Ashraf

  12. David

    Reply to this comment#31

    Thanks, Ashraf!

  13. DonP

    Reply to this comment#30

    I have version 2.94 “Giveaway Version” copyright 2013… and this says the current version is 11.16? Could YL Computing really have released NINE major updates in less than a year? That sounds pretty unlikely, doesn’t it? Curious…

  14. rebula

    Reply to this comment#29

    Thank You

  15. g.guevara

    Reply to this comment#28

    Hi Ashraf,
    there is noway to register winutlities .Only proposes to me to buy it,not even a 30 days trial. Maybe you can have it for free only once in your life.Could you confirm.please. Regards

  16. skybase

    Reply to this comment#27

    Side note. The hyperlink on the word “registration” is not mine {26}. No idea how that happens. Sorry! don’t click.

  17. skybase

    Reply to this comment#26

    Downloaded program. Clicked on desk Icon. Brings me to website to purchase. Tried it twice. How does one enter the registration information in the buy me website? Only kidding. Where did I put that shredder.

  18. lyj

    Reply to this comment#25


  19. Young ho Kim

    Reply to this comment#24


  20. Julien

    Reply to this comment#23

    Merci pour Win Utilitaires Pro.

  21. GeorgeIbiza

    Reply to this comment#22

    Very efficient software….I use it for a weekly clean up….Highly recommended

  22. mahdiameri

    Reply to this comment#21

    Free Win Utilities Pro .is a good thing ,fix every problem ,really fast ,all kind of program application you can need for your computer

  23. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#20

    This giveaway is back! :-)

    For those that may have downloaded the program before and want to update their registration, I believe you need to select “Enter Registration Key” from one of the drop-down menus at the top of the program.

  24. Louis Hardman

    Reply to this comment#19OLD COMMENT

    Received email but link would never work to down load program.

  25. Marshall

    Reply to this comment#18OLD COMMENT

    The readme.txt file does not say how to register this software. It currently is registered to Any ideas on this?

  26. ronmd65

    Reply to this comment#17OLD COMMENT

    Try’ed to install it and i get an error message, failed to launch the program.
    everything else i install works.

  27. Zenwan

    Reply to this comment#16OLD COMMENT

    Hi Ashraf, I had Win Utilities for a while, but uninstalled it months ago, when it ‘expired’. Does that mean I can never install it again? Tried with this one and was told that it had expired, although I downloaded it just today.

  28. stevanovic

    Reply to this comment#15OLD COMMENT

    WinUtilities Pro
    Unable to start the installation:
    “Failed to launch the program”

  29. GARY

    Reply to this comment#14OLD COMMENT


  30. Becky

    Reply to this comment#13OLD COMMENT

    I’ve downloaded and extracted twice. Both times after clicking on Setup, it tries to connect with GAOTD and then I get a red X box that says “failed to launch” almost as tho’ the time were up for this offer. but that can’t be true since it says “Limited time offer! Sale ends in 15 hours 01 mins”
    Any other ideas of extraction and installation? I usually don’t have any problems doing this but

  31. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#12OLD COMMENT

    [@Stephen] Probably false positive, but proceed at your own risk.

  32. Stephen

    Reply to this comment#11OLD COMMENT

    When I tried to execute the downloaded EinUtilities Pro, F-Secure blocked it as a virus. The scan of the download itself was negative.Any thoughts?

  33. ahmet bey

    Reply to this comment#10OLD COMMENT

    kampanya lisansımı kaybettim mail adresime gönderilmesini rica ederim saygılarımla.

  34. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#9OLD COMMENT

    @honoriuc: v10.62… did you read the ‘Important Info’ tab…? It says it right there.

  35. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#8OLD COMMENT

    @Mike S.: Welcome! I agree with you — I also hate software that only work for a limited amount of time (e.g. one year). I always try and push for that lifetime license. Sometimes, I’m successful such as with 7-Data Recovery; the developer wanted to giveaway 1-year license but I talked them into lifetime license. Other times, there isn’t anything I can do, such as the case with WinUtilities. The developer told me they don’t offer lifetime licenses.

    As for comments on dotTech, I see your point but I’m trying to raise awareness about SoS… so I kind of need to redirect, at least for now.

    @Rufus: Welcome! I really don’t know if it had a limit back then. I wasn’t wise enough to ask :-P I think WinUtilities used to be lifetime license when it was sold for $49.95 but is now one year licenses now that it is $29.95.

  36. Rufus

    Reply to this comment#7OLD COMMENT

    @Ashraf: Thanks for the info. Never knew that about the 1 year license. I think the first copy of this I got was from your site. Free updates on Pro version until 9.81. Then no more updates after that. I’m sure you remember that. :-) I tried to purchase a copy from their website before and asked how long the license was good for but never got an answer from them. Now I know why. I think I still have a 9.81 copy and key. Did it have a 1 year limit on it back then if you didn’t update it? I always find a newer version someone is having a contest on, giving it away, or GOTD and have never run the same version a full year. Thanks for all you do for others. You are much appreciated by many!

  37. Mike S.

    Reply to this comment#6OLD COMMENT

    @Ashraf: Thanks for the information. I had seen and noted the 1-year license info., but just wasn’t sure how software of this type could expire (aka self-destruct) after a period of time (here a year)–none (or almost none, perhaps) of my other utilities do that. Perhaps the software connects to the mothership periodically (but then, couldn’t one just turn the auto-updating off to avoid this, and continue to use the software after a year, even though not absolutely up-dated to the most recent?). Or perhaps a date counter is built into the software itself? I must say, I abhor software that “expires” after a period–it just feels anti-consumer (“I’m here–and now I’m not! Gotcha.”).

    P.S. It would be great irf comments like this also could be left at itself, rather than being redirected to SharewareOnSale.

  38. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#5OLD COMMENT

    @Mikerman and Rufus: This is a 1-year license (always be sure to read the ‘Important Info’ for each sale — it states information regarding this type of stuff) that expires after one year. It includes one year of updates. The ‘Important Info’ section always lets you know if the license is time-limited (e.g. 1-year) or lifetime.

    I’ll let you in on a little secret that other websites don’t tell you about WinUtilities: ALL WinUtilities licenses expire after one year, regardless of which website is selling or offering it as a freebie. The only difference is other websites don’t tell you that you are getting a one year license of WinUtilities Pro while we don’t believe in hiding such information from our users. I talked to the developer and he told me their system does not support lifetime licenses and every license expires after a year. In other words, WinUtilities Pro is $29.95 per year — the same applies if you buy the license from the developer’s website.

    Hope that helps.

  39. Rufus

    Reply to this comment#4OLD COMMENT

    Have the same question as Mikerman. Does this software somehow expire after a year, or will it continue to work after a year but just without further updates? A bit confused here . . . . . If you purchase this on there website for $29.95 is the license for 1 year also or is this a special edition that you are getting for free?

  40. ofixco

    Reply to this comment#3OLD COMMENT

    Is this a Special Edition or does a regular purchased version expire after a year of updates? Not clear, please explain!

  41. Mikerman

    Reply to this comment#2OLD COMMENT

    And so, does this software somehow expire after a year, or will it continue to work after a year but just without further updates? A bit confused here . . . . .

  42. honoriuc

    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    What version is it, anyway?

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

Technical Details

  • Developed by YL Computing
  • Current version is v11.16
  • Download size is 6.04 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8/8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/45