Advanced SystemCare 7.0.5.360 released - 29 Oct 2013

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by starcraft, Oct 29, 2013.

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  1. starcraft

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  2. Tyrizian

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    Problems with this new version:

    • Installs surfing protection by default, no option to deselect installation
    • Users must be careful on what they click in the Toolbox tab, it installs the missing component without a confirmation prompt.
    • The Disk Cleaner has been stripped from the free version, it's a pro feature now.
    • Action Center is misleading the user into believing they need to download IObits other programs. You can hide those details, but for the average user, they won't know to do that.
    • It loads background services automatically, in which can be disabled, but for a cleanup utility that claims performance gains, this really isn't a practical approach.

    What I do like about this new version:

    • The new metro interface is well executed and nice to look at
    • The program seems to load up and perform a lot quicker than previous versions.
    • There was a small, but semi noticeable boost after performing an all-in-one cleanup.
    • The new IObit Uninstaller seems a lot more precise in registry cleanup.
    • The new interface for IObit Uninstaller is much more pleasing to look at.

    Although this utility has some nice aspects about it, I think it's loaded with too much unnecessary crap.

    This one is a pass for me, however, I would use their IObit Uninstaller, as that seems to do a pretty nice job at uninstalling unnecessary programs.
     
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  3. starcraft

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    the surfing protection can only be disabled in settings.
    the missing components installation can be disabled by clicking the cross icon

    Totally agree with you on the new IObit Uninstaller.


     
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    You're very welcome:D Enjoy

     
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