ParetoLogic DriverCure v1.3 New Version released

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  1. raakii

    raakii Registered Member

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    DriverCure - program to check and update on the latest drivers for your system. Drivers play a key role in the work of your computer by helping the various components work together and communicate. The program allows you to quickly and deeply scan your system for the existence of outdated versions of installed drivers and update them on the most recent version. The updated system drivers, your system should run faster, performance and stability. In addition, this program allows you to check the latest versions of installed programs on your computer, which at the base of over 4000. You will receive notification of driver updates for your computer via e-mail and you will be assisted in their renovation, which provides your computer at its best. The program has a simple and easy-to-use user interface.

    ParetoLogic DriverCure will quickly and deeply scan your computer to let you know which drivers are out-of-date. It then will get you updated with the latest versions. This means increased speed, performance, stability and new features.

    Features:
    »Creating a restore point to return to the old driver in the event of any error
    »Increased proivzoditelnosti and the stability of the system by updating to the latest version
    »Notification of the new updated driver for your system
    »Eliminates the risk of downloading corrupted drivers or malware
    »Monitoring of more than 4000 programs and more than 3000 manufacturers of hardware
    »Built in scheduler for scanning and updating device drivers and programs
    »Keeping the history of the scanning system
    »Minimum system resource consumption
     
  2. rendez2k

    rendez2k Registered Member

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    I assume its this?

    http://www.paretologic.com/

    Anyone know how this compares to the 50 other driver scanner programs? I still need to find a good one!
     
  3. Dark_Hanzo

    Dark_Hanzo Registered Member

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    I wouldn't touch anything from Paretologic with a 10-foot pole. I would prefer downloading drivers for my network cards, vga, sound card ..etc directly from manufacturer's webpage rather than using any driver scanner that might screw up my machine.
     
  4. xMarkx

    xMarkx Registered Member

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    I used RegCure from ParetoLogic and I think that it might have messed up my Bluetooth drivers.

    What's the best way to uninstall this program: using the uninstaller RegCure provides, or Programs and Features in Control Panel?
     
  5. RAD

    RAD Registered Member

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    I think they have antifungal creams for that nowadays.
     
  6. Dark_Hanzo

    Dark_Hanzo Registered Member

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    It's always a good idea to make an image of your hard drive prior to installing any unknown program. In case you haven't imaged your hard drive, and I would assume you haven't :) , you can simply uninstall the program from "Programs and Features" then cleanup any leftovers from the hard drive and registry. Or you may try a third-party uninstaller like Revo. I bet other advanced users here can provide you with better ideas, but that's the way I would uninstall this program if I were you.
     
  7. xMarkx

    xMarkx Registered Member

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    Hello,

    Thanks for your input. I don't image my hard drive because I'm not exactly sure what imaging software does (is it like System Restore or something?). Also, that poll of yours should be 20+ feet - mine is.

    Regards,

    Mark.
     
  8. Baldrick

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    I would, like Dark_Hanzo suggested, use Revo Uninstaller. It is thorough and AFAIK it has never caused me any issues post installtion (but then I onnly use the additional Registry scan option on 'Medium'...which IMHO is a good balance in terms of finding strays and safety.

    But first I would get into the imaging groove ASAP...better safe than sorry. I came 'late' to it but now it is second anture.

    External drives are relatively cheap size depending on the amount of data you need to back up from your main disk) and there are a number of good free offerings out there with which to dip your toe...and then if you get the bug you can always splash out on a paid version with more features if required.

    ;)
     
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