Kerish Doctor Giveaway

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by drhu22, Aug 29, 2016.

  1. drhu22

    drhu22 Registered Member

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  2. roger_m

    roger_m Registered Member

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    It's not a good idea to be posting the product key here, as it is only a limited time giveaway. You can register on Shareware On Sale to get the product key and then download the original installer from the Kerish Doctor website.
     
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  3. quietman

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    Yep !

    That works just fine ..... thanks for the tip !
    And avoiding the 3rd party installer is an added bonus :)

    I have used Kerish Doctor before on another machine ( license expired some time ago ) and I would offer two tips to any new users :-

    1] Avoid the "all-in-one" function , at first anyway , and carefully review any suggested system tweaking and registry changes before running .
    It can be savage if not kept on a short leash :)

    2] Remember the "roll-back" options ( or whatever KD calls it ) and if you decide to uninstall it ,be sure to undo all changes that KD made before uninstalling
     
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  4. Alexhousek

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    Why would you do that? I use Kerish Doctor. It's a great program. However, most of what it does it deletes temporary files and left over registry entries. It also can do several other things, but all of them "positive" in my mind. I use it because I find that it keeps my computer running smoothly. Why would I want to undo all the changes it made? Why would I want to bring back all those temporary files or bring back all the old registry entries? I'm not sure that I understand your reasoning.

    I understand also your concern about avoiding the "all-in-one" function. I had the same reservations when I first started using KD. However, after using it on two different PC's, I've never had an issue with the "all-in-one" function. I consider KD to be very safe; it is not overly aggressive in it's cleaning/functions. (Of course, I always have my image backups to fall back on, but I've never had to use them as a result of KD.)
     
  5. Tarnak

    Tarnak Registered Member

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    I have been running this utility on XP since January 2015...I think it is good and safe to use.

    I have recently started using Windows 10 for the first time [new laptop], and I have decided to take up the offer. I ran the installer
    and it was picked up by SecureAPlus. Since I knew it was OK, I allowed the file.
    ScreenShot_SoS_KerishDoctor_free1year offer_04.GIF ScreenShot_SoS_KerishDoctor_free1year offer_05.GIF
     
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