The main purpose of the digital certificate is to ensure that the application belongs to the entity to which the certificate was issued. The TuneUp Software digital certificate does not guarantee that a signed application is safe to run, but rather informs the user that the software was digitally signed by TuneUp Software and verified by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA).
TuneUp Utilities is a utility software suite for Microsoft Windows designed to help manage, maintain, optimize, configure and troubleshoot a computer system. It is produced and developed by TuneUp Software GmbH, headquartered in Darmstadt, Germany and co-founded by Tibor Schiemann and Christoph Laumann in 1997. he American version of the software is distributed by TuneUp Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of TuneUp Software GmbH located in Miami, Florida. As of 2011, nine versions of TuneUp Utilities have been released and the number of included components have been increased from sixteen to thirty-two. TuneUp Utilities have attained generally positive reviews, although multiple reviewers did not approve of its price for value. www.tune-up.com
About (from TuneUp Software at www.tune-up.com)
“TuneUp Corporation, headquartered in Miami, Florida, was founded to serve the North American market, with a focus on supporting TuneUp Utilities sales to consumers, retailers, SMBs and enterprises. TuneUp protects users from PC problems, while helping them increase the performance and security of their computers. Since 1997, the TuneUp brand has stood for high-quality products that offer maximum customer benefit. TuneUp develops its solutions in-house. That way it can maintain its own high business standards without being bound to patents, licenses, or third-party suppliers. Close contact with its ever-expanding user community, means TuneUp ensures that the company and its products continually develop to meet the needs of its customers. TuneUp Utilities is available in German, English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Chinese and Czech.”