Amigo360 anyone?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by bonedriven, Jan 28, 2011.

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  1. bonedriven

    bonedriven Registered Member

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    I only find this program today. I wanted to find out Wilders' opinions but didn't find a thread about it.

    It is a system optimizer including disk and registry cleaner. The free version seems good enough for me. I'm giving it a try.

    Any other users have experience with it?

    http://www.360amigo.com/en/home
     
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    Thanks ViVek.

    I find a mistake in a sentence in the page though. Also, I'm a little confused by the versions comparison page, because it seems my free version has those features which are claimed to be included only in the pro version. o_O
     
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    Free version has some limitations.
     
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    how is the registry cleaner in this program?
     
  6. bonedriven

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    It found hundreds of errors which Ccleaner+Wise registry cleaner didn't. I doubt it bluffs in a way, as most errors are MRU history and activeX/COM related.
     
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    How good it is compared to TuneUp Utilities 2011? :rolleyes:
     
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    CHECK :D
     
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    sweater Registered Member

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    It even gives a red mark to some of my important security softwares as NOT REQUIRED. :p
     

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    Yes even more proof that its junk. When it marks your security softwares as NOT required. When I tried it awhile back it mark both Avast and Windows 7 Firewall Control as NOT Required plus several other important software for my wireless mouse and keyboard, etc. and mark several non-important apps as required.

    Would you trust a product that does this??

    Thanks.:)
     
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    I have already removed it from my pc.

    Tnx for the warning. Being in the forum like this really gives us advantages to those who don't.
     
  12. bonedriven

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    I don't know if it's my poor English that limits my understanding. In my opinion, "not required" means it's not a must have (OS does not need it to boot), and you have a choice to disable those items labeled as "not required" without affecting your OS function. o_O
     
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    The Not required means it is not a must have program when the Windows starts. It does not remove the programs from the machine. I have followed their advices and I have no issues at all. In fact, my computer boots faster now.
     
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