Soluto wins big at TechCrunch Disrupt

Soluto, the 'anti-frustration' software whose makers are Israel-based, bagged the major prize worth fifty thousand dollars (2.25M in peso) in the recently concluded TechCrunch Disrupt startups meet in New York. Attendees say it's a very interesting software. We'll tell you why.

According to MG Siegler who writes at TechCrunch, "the Israeli-based startup offers something that millions of people want — no, need: a way to make their computers run better. It monitors your PC to find the things that are likely most annoying to users."

Curiousity brought me to Soluto's website. It says, "Soluto is bringing an end to PC user frustration with transparency, killer technology, and your help." The last two words mean they are actually anonymously collecting computer problems from users who installed the software; the purpose of which, obviously, is to improve the product.

Hopefully, the fame and fortune brought about by their winning at TechCrunch Disrupt will eventually lead to the software's final version from being beta.



From now on, we're following Soluto so we can blog about it. We'll let you know in our future posts if it really is anti-frustration.