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Advanced System Care Pro 9.0.3 Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — Advanced System Care Pro 9.0.3

Advanced SystemCare 9 é um utilitário de otimização do PC integrado e fácil de usar.
$29.99 EXPIRADO
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Advanced System Care Pro 9.0.3 esteve disponível como oferta em 16 de dezembro de 2015

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Advanced SystemCare Pro 9 é um utilitário de otimização do PC integrado e fácil de usar que tem uma abordagem de um clique para limpar, otimizar, acelerar e proteger o seu sistema, além de assegurar a sua privacidade online. Com a aba recém-adicionada Speed Up, ele acelera significativamente o seu sistema, o tempo de inicialização do sistema, os discos e os navegadores. Além do mais, ele recria e melhora mais de 10 ferramentas úteis, como o Gerenciador de Inicialização, Monitor de Desempenho, Localizador de Arquivos Grandes, Desligamento Automático, Win Fix para explorar todo o potencial do seu PC.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10

Publicado por:

iObit

Página Oficial:

http://www.iobit.com/advancedsystemcarepro.php

Tamanho do arquivo:

37.7 MB

Preço:

$29.99

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#9

Link não funciona!

Responder   |   Luiz Simões  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#8

link não funciona

Responder   |   ciziazike  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+2)
#7

Muito Bom

Responder   |   Jai San  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+1)
#6

Desculpem, acho que não é do meu pc, mas o link para download não está a funcionar...

Responder   |   Roberto Brastemp  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+2)
#5

O link ta quebrado.

Responder   |   Roberto Brastemp  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+1)
#4

Simplesmente o melhor

Responder   |   Jai San  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+1)
#3

link não funciona pra baixar

Responder   |   joao erik  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+1)
#2

Desculpem, acho que não é do meu pc, mas o link para dowload não está a funcionar...

Responder   |   J  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+1)
#1

Utilizo este programa desde a versão 2.0 na época do windows XP. Por mim, é o melhor programa de limpeza e utilitário dos quais já testei um monte. Parabéns aos programadores. Sempre quando o computador de alguma pessoa está lento demais, peço para rodar esse programa e 90% das vezes o computador volta ao normal.

Responder   |   Lucas Eduardo  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+1)
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#5

The problem with IObit products is if you don't have all of them installed, then the one(s) you do have will tell you that you have a critical fault -- but that "fault" really is just that you haven't installed all of their products. The "fixes" try to trick you into installing the rest of their products. You really have to pay very close attention to what it tells you needs to be fixed. Don't just click "fix all" or whatever they're calling it now. Their method of pushing their entire product line is trickware and I think it's reprehensible. If they need to be that sneaky, then what's wrong with their products that people won't get them willingly and knowingly? I used to use Advanced System Care through several versions on my previous WinXP computer and I actually thought ASC was pretty good, but I got fed up with the constant badgering and trickery, so I didn't install it on my Win7 system.

Jeff  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+97)
#4

I actually purchased a license for this and several other IObit products - Driver Booster and the "advanced" defragmenter and they malware protection. I liked the integration and the UI. I was judicious about allowing too much self control to the apps preferring instead to be warned about "problems" than I can evaluate before taking action.

In short, my system became totally unstable to the point where I uninstalled all of it. Luckily it didn't take too long to happen so I immediately traced it to ASC. After I uninstalled the BSODs and sluggish performance went away. I waited a bit, installed the latest versions and the instability returned. I then removed it all for good except Drive Booster which I will not allow to run on its own. I run it and look at the list of alleged out-of-date drivers and determine on my own if it is accurate. It never is. It's so badly wrong and tries to replace stable drivers with incompatible ones that it is a joke. But since I have neuterd it it can do any harm and since I was dumb enough to actually pay for it, I leave it installed.

If ASC works for you, great. However if your computer becomes sluggish or unstable look to it as the root cause. Be sure to do an image backup so you have something to fall back on in a week or so when the problems become obvious.

XPMan - whatever you were using is wiping out a cache(s) that the system is having to rebuild each time it restarts after you "cleanup junk files". Not junk afterall ;-) Stick with CCleaner and never allow anything else to delete "junk" files you can't verify are truly junk.

TBOD  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+44)
#3

iObit thinks it's Adobe. Or would like you to think it is, though what it charges an annual RENTAL fee for is nothing remotely like as complex as Adobe's products.

As has been pointed out time after time after time after time on these GAOTD comment threads, aggressive registry cleaners / so-called registry optimizers should be AVOIDED. No ifs. No buts. If you want to clean up after you, then use a feather duster. And use it frequently, not once a week, or once a month.

Feather dusters cost pennies to buy, not a cumulative small fortune to rent from outfits like iObit. Piriform, a software company that's been around even longer than iObit, has the best feather duster of 'em all: CCleaner, an app that has been assiduously refined over the years to clean without damage and "optimize" without false claims.

As others have said here today, CCleaner -- because it *isn't* aggressive -- is the only app I ever let run on this PC. One click and CCleaner takes less than 10 seconds to feather-dust this computer after every browsing session and at end-of-day hibernation. And as for a recurring rental fee. . . CCleaner costs precisely nothing at all.

MikeR  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+33)
#2

I've been running this software suite for some years and have always found it to be safe and reliable, and trust and update it each year. I am currently running it on a Windows 10 64 bit system and run it alongside Norton without problem. It has certainly got me out of a few messes so overall I do recommend it. This is the latest version and I would suggest that members at least try it.

The comments regarding the badgering to purchase extra components are certainly valid, but I have most of them now and the 'nags' are very infrequent and easily dealt with. I agree that this strategy is extremely poor of Iobit, pretty much bullying since you have paid for the program you want, and damned annoying, and did put me off initially.

Kestrel  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+19)
#1

At 73 years old boot times are important, recently they were so long I just hoped I would live long enough to actually get to the end.

My definition of boot time is when I can control the computer, when the keyboard and mouse respond normally.

Now and again my boot times became quite good, around 3 min rather than nearly 28 min experienced on too many occasions, I had no idea why this was happening.

Eventually I realised that this improvement was occurring after I had done a cleanup of my computer, not the registry as I had anticipated but a cleanup of junk files!
Since repeated many times just to be sure

I cleaned out the junk files using Kerish Doctor, which finds THOUSANDS more than any other system repair program I have used including today's.
Important:-This is menuitem under Maintenance, Cleanup Of Junk Files, top right.

I can offer no explanation as to why the removal of junk files would have such a dramatic influence on my boot time.

Maybe someone who used to comment as CompTech will do so again, in the past he explained many other strange happenings with a logical explanation.

Posted in the hope that it helps others who have experienced similar problems.

XP-Man  –  4 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+19)

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