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Advanced SystemCare Pro 8, all-in-one PC optimization utility that specializes in one-click solutions to enhance the speed of slow PCs and keep them running at best performance by deep registry fix, junk files clean, privacy sweep, vulnerability fix, disk defragment, Internet boost, malware removal, real-time protection and many other effective system and security tools.
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I’ve had good results with the free versions of both IObit Malware Fighter and Advanced System Care, but they have a neverending relentless campaign to get you to buy all of their products. Running System Care will show errors that include not having their other products installed. Running Malware Fighter has the same result. They consider it an error to not have every IObit product installed. If you can ignore that, the results are what they’re supposed to be, but the sales pitch never ends. It’s not e-mail spam, it’s built into every IObit programme that you do install.
Be sure to check EVERY setting so it’s only doing the things you want, especially “AutoCare” and anything that it does automatically. Run updates manually and be sure they don’t change any of your settings. AutoUpdate will change your preferences to their default settings. AutoRepair (that’s not the exact name) could let it download and install their other products, so always, always update manually and check the settings. Other than that, I’ve used the programme for several years and it does its job.
This is not an “install and forget” application. Be an informed user and control what you have it do for you and you’ll be fine.Comment by Jeff — April 19th, 2015 at 3:10 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23) Reply
IObit products are good at what they do and I’m happy with them except for one thing: install one and there will be a relentless, neverending campaign to get you to install ALL of their products. A scan by Advanced System Care or IObit Malware Fighter will results in the “unfixed errors” it reports including the lack of their other products. “Fixing” it will cause the other products to be installed for you.
I’ve used both System Care and Malware Fighter for years and as long as you pay attention and control what they do, they do what they’re supposed to do. Check all the settings carefully, especially anything prefaced with “Auto” such as AutoCare. Given a free hand, it will run scans and “features” at start up and shutdown and will oush you to install other IObit products. If you tightly control what it’s allowed to do, when it can do it, and how it does it, you’ll be fine. That especially applies to auto update and auto repair. As long as you keep a firm hand on it and supervise everything it does rather than turn it loose on “auto-everything”, you’ll be fine. And as long as you can ignore the reported “error” of the lack of all of their other products. Right now on my system, IObit Malware Fighter is saying my computer is “not fully protected” because I’m not using the “Pro” (i.e. paid) version.Comment by Jeff — April 19th, 2015 at 3:21 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1) Reply
I avoid them , they are just too aggressive in their relentless sales tricks, they are far too sleazy for me, The program is not worth all the game playing and effort.Comment by brad — April 19th, 2015 at 3:30 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4) Reply
Woooow. Reading the description above, surely it must make dinner and clean-up afterwards as well !!!
How have I been computing all these years and survived.