TuneUp Utilities + 360Amigo System SpeedUp?

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  1. sweater

    sweater Registered Member

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    Just wondering if it's okay to combined 2 system optimizers to run together, I mean to install them together.

    I already have installed on my pc TuneUp Utilities 2011 and I think it really have helped my system in some way or the other (I don't use its registry cleaner and defragmenter features) . But I was impressed also by the reviews of the 360Amigo System SpeedUp. So I was then thinking that maybe, possibly it could be ok to install this two together side by side without conflict. Still I want your opinion, personal experience etc...I don't like to screwed up up my pc or messed it up.
     
  2. littlebits

    littlebits Registered Member

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    Might want to do more checking before trying 360Amigo System SpeedUp.
    http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/360amigo.com
    Read commit from Ginger1205.

    I have had bad experiences from 360Amigo System SpeedUp, it mess up a lot of Windows settings and refused to fit them. It is very aggressive, better stick with TuneUp Utilities it is an excellent product.

    Thanks.:)
     
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    PJC Very Frequent Poster

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    TuneUp Utilities + 360Amigo

    I second that.
    TuneUp Utilities (although it has been a Bloatware...) is, by far, Safer than 360Amigo System SpeedUp.
     
  4. buckshee

    buckshee Registered Member

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    I too found 360 Amigo to aggressive and had to reinstall some software cos it removed keys it shouldn't, I'd rather leave a few keys I don't need so I uninstalled it
     
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