Puran Utilities: Suite of 20+ maintenance tools

For those who may not be familiar with the name; Puran Software was founded in India 5 years ago and has quickly established a solid reputation compliments of its very good Puran Defrag freeware. Now Puran Software has released a suite of 22 freeware maintenance utilities, available as an all-in-one package or as individual downloads.

For individual downloads: Clicking on the name under each product icon will open a new page with more information and download link for that utility:

Here is a brief description of each, compliments of Puran Utilities HOME PAGE:

  • Disk Check: Fix errors, recover bad sectors on your hard disk using chkdsk.
  • Uninstaller: Uninstall software that you do not need and also software that you are not able to uninstall otherwise.
  • Puran Startup Manager: Enable/disable Windows startup items. It assists your decision in various forms.
  • Puran Service Manager: Enable/disable Windows services. It assists your decision in various forms.
  • Puran Disk Cleaner: Find and delete junk files from your computer. It is highly customizable too.
  • Puran Delete Empty Folders: Delete empty folders from your system. It is extremely fast.
  • Fix Shortcuts: Automatically fix or delete broken shortcuts.
  • Puran Registry Cleaner: Clean Windows registry for better performance.
  • Puran Registry Defrag: Defrag and compact Windows registry for better performance.
  • Puran Defrag: Automatically defrag and optimize your hard disk drives.
  • Puran Duplicate File Finder: Find duplicate files on your computer. It is highly customizable and extremely fast.
  • Data Recovery: Recover data from your damaged media like scratched DVDs, VCDs, BLU Rays etc.
  • Disk Files: Helps you to look into details of files distribution on your computer. It is highly customizable.
  • Gaming PC: Create a Gaming Environment on your PC to give your games/apps best of your computer.
  • Permanent Delete: Delete your files permanently so that they cannot be recovered by any software.
  • Puran Wipe Disk: Wipe entire disk or just free space so that no files on it can be recovered.
  • Puran Shutdown Timer: Schedule various shutdown tasks. Many scheduling options are available.
  • Splitter: Spilt any file into files of specified size.
  • Delete History: Delete history and other data of various applications including web browsers.
  • Minimal PC: Close and switch back all the specified services/processes on your computer in a click.
  • Batch Fix: Automatically keep your system clean and error free by running selected utilities.
  • Maintenance Wizard: Run selected utilities in a pre-defined order for getting best performance out of your computer.

Obviously I haven’t had the opportunity to test all these utilities but, coming from the Puran stable, I’d be very surprised if they did not represent quality. What I can tell you is that the full suite is an 8.80MB download which scans 100% clean through Virus Total and provides native support for 64-bit systems. I’m just a little disappointed that there are no portable versions available… that would have really put the icing on the cake.

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Jim Hillier

Jim is the resident freeware aficionado at DCT. A computer veteran with 30+ years experience who first started writing about computers and tech back in the days when freeware was actually free. His first computer was a TRS-80 in the 1980s, he progressed through the Commodore series of computers before moving to PCs in the 1990s. Now retired (aka an old geezer), Jim retains his passion for all things tech and still enjoys building and repairing computers for a select clientele... as well as writing for DCT, of course.


  1. I have used this the minute it came out. I’ve used every phase of this software, with the exception of removing all data from my drive. This utility has worked flawlessly, I have regained space, speed, and a fresh quickness to my PC. I personally rate Puran Utilities among the top system utilities out there. It is definitely on my recommendation list from now on.

  2. I’ve heard of and maybe even used some of the utilities in the past (sounds very familiar). As always Jim, thanks for sharing these gems, Mindblower!