Being a PC accelerator, Hare promises to speed up your computer up to three hundred percent of its original speed. Most of times, whenever I hear something like this, I wonder if it does what it says before or after I find the pot of the gold at the end of the rainbow, but this program is actually quite good.
One of a variety of interesting things that Hare does is the fact that it will automatically detect your work style (the applications that you generally use) and will allocate CPU resources accordingly, thus helping you get the maximum possible out of your PC. Moreover, it can do the same for your RAM, allowing you to run multiple high-requirements programs at the same time.
If you are a gamer or you like to watch a lot of movies on your computer you will surely appreciate the fact that Hare can make various tweaks to your graphics and improve things like your in-game FPS rate or the smoothness of the animations.
Although, in my opinion, Hare has a big drawback in the fact that it doesn't allow you to configure its wizards (Mem Doubler and WinOptimize), though it's still an efficient tool that can help you get the most out of your PC, so you should at least try it out.