expired Iobit Advanced SystemCare PRO 4 Free until 31Dec2011

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Saw this today from betanews but I have never use this software not very sure how is it.

http://betanews.com/2011/12/12/happy-holidays-iobit-advanced...


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    How about some information on what this is ???

    You've been a member for almost 3 years, you should know who to post a proper description by now…

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      Because this was posted by betanews and not from a dodgy site that's why I re-posted it here.

      As I mentioned I have no idea about this software but you can always read betanews yourself if you know how to read carefully.

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        if you have no idea about what the software is, how do you know its a bargain?

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          Do you want me to post the full articles from betanews?

          That's totally wrong, how many peoples posted here have use that products or software before they posted it?

          Like GAMES, Toys, ALDI pod coffee machine? So they have to bought it and used it first before they posted it here?

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          no dude, you missed my point.

          i'm not asking that you have to use every single item before posting, but you gotta be satisifed that it's a bargain. you saying that you dont know the product at all doesnt give that impression.

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          If it is free, somebody may think it is bargain even you may not want it.

          Already have a post said that turn his free version to pro version for free.

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          If it is free, somebody may think it is bargain

          just because it's free does not mean it should be posted here…

          if you don't know what the product is and haven't used it and cannot recommend it, why bother posting…

          for all you know it could be full of malware…

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    I've been using this for over a year. This Pro version is a neat package with a number of useful tools that are easy to use. Get it while it's free.

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      How are they useful?

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        As the name suggests, Advanced SystemCare 4 is IObit’s all-in-one PC maintenance tool. It’s packed full of utilities designed to improve performance, fix problems and – new in version 4 – root out malware.

        The program is split into four core sections: Quick Care performs a quick-fire scan of five key areas of your computer: malware, Registry, shortcuts, privacy sweeper and junk files. If you want to go further, select Deep Care instead – this performs the same five scans as Quick Care, albeit going deeper (so you get a full malware scan and deep Registry clean), plus adds another five for good measure.

        It's a collection of these utilities that you can get in many other places into one neat and easy to use package.
        I particularly like their deep scan cleanup of the Registry. In over a year of use, I've not had a problem resulting from any of the maintenance tasks carried out by the package. Hence, I'll rather use them than other mishmash of untested tools from elsewhere.

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        jv, Learn how to read the articles yourself.

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          Can we have a ceasefire up there?

          I agree that you don't necessarily have to have owned or used a product before posting something here that you believe would be a bargain. That's because others will quite often comment on their experience with that product. However, in doing so you do take the risk of being flamed if that product turns out to be a lemon. Having said that, you should try to provide a summary of the nature of the product in the description and perhaps give a reason why you think it might be a bargain.

          BTW, it helps to view people like jv as grace-growers - without them a place can get a bit boring sometimes.

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          Learn how to read the articles yourself.

          That's what the Title and Description are for… If you can't be bothered posting something properly, don't post at all…

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    Thanks. Just converted my free one to a pro version using the license in OP's link. This is a neat product and you should get it while it is free.

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    Well lets see how good this baby can do, it seems ok so far. I have an issue with my dual monitor laptop lets hope it fixes it. When i pluged in my laptop into another monitor via vga/hdmi my laptop screen is perm turned off and can only use it if i plug it into another monitor.

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      Did you try pressing the Windows + P key to switch between the display modes?

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    i did now…but still does not help :(

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      Didn't know about 'Windows + P'.

      However on most notebooks/laptops I've used one cycles through the different VGA display modes via 'Fn + F5' (or + F6 or F4 - review the blue coloured icons on the F keys to work out which). There may be 3 - 5 different options that it will cycle through before coming back to the first startup/default setting.

      Probably best to go to desktop-only view before doing this (i.e. minimise all open applications).

      Also may only work whilst there is another monitor of some description plugged into the VGA port and switched on. Unsure if same process applies to using HDMI ports.

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    I used it to clean up my registry after I had viral issues. Seems to work. I will definitely give the 'pro' a go to see if the other features provide any benefts over the free base version.

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    I've been using this for three or more years (since v3) and can strongly recommend it.

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    feeling the heat in this post, free, i never say no to free

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    Free i have a lot thank you.

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    It says i can upgrade to V5 @ ~$8.00. Does this apply after the installation date 364 days ?

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