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Advanced SystemCare PRO - 1 year / 1 PCDiscount

Advanced SystemCare PRO - 1 year / 1 PC

A System Utility for Superior PC Health

v8.2 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 8/8.1, 7, vista, XP, 2000
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Advanced SystemCare PRO Edition is an award-winning, comprehensive utility suite that provides an automated, always-on, all-in-one PC Healthcare Service.

The suite includes an anti-spyware utility, privacy protection and encryption, performance tune-ups, and a variety system cleaning capabilities. With Advanced SystemCare PRO Edition, you can "Install It and Forget It". The application completes it's processes automatically and runs quietly in the background.

Advanced SystemCare PRO Edition gives you the ability to keep your computer safe, error-free, and running at it's top speed and optimal performance level.

After you purchase Advanced SystemCare PRO - 1 year / 1 PC, it may be used for 12 months.

This promotion includes the following:
Advanced SystemCare PRO - 1 year / 1 PC v8.2 ($19.95)
Advanced SystemCare Ultimate 8 (1 year subscription, 3PCs) ($29.99)
Driver Booster 2 PRO (1 year subscription, 3PCs with Ebook) ($28.95)
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Alam Amiruddin thank u
May 21 at 6:34am Copy Link
ahm User Very excellent program
May 21 at 8:18am Copy Link
dloader I've been using ASC free for years and love it. Can't wait for the PRO! I did use PRO for 6 months free from another give away site! excellent program!
May 21 at 11:28am Copy Link
peaceworks I'm compelled to stop by and pass on a huge Thank You to BDJ and IObit for featuring ASC PRO at no cost today. I've been waiting for software of this calibre to appear free because, in all honesty, I can't afford to pay even a discounted price for it. I'm familiar with ASC and consider it a superior utility program; have downloaded it and now look forward to getting it installed and up and running.

Thanks again!
May 22 at 2:47am Copy Link
Miroslav Cunic I too can't afford to pay. I ued ASC Ultimate with antivirus and was very s atisfied while using it for free. it's a good thing that sometimes poor people have a chance to take some paid program for free. Thanks
May 22 at 7:26am Copy Link
peaceworks As you say, Miroslav, it's a good thing.

I've installed the software and have been using it already - it does just as IObit claims in its marketing literature and I'd encourage anyone who hasn't already, to try it out. I see no reason anyone wouldn't be pleased with the utility's performance.

Thanks again to all who made it available today.
May 22 at 8:39am Copy Link
Tomáš User super, thanks.
May 22 at 8:52am Copy Link
Norwel Gordon After reading the material in the following link found in "Load 13 older comments"
I choose to pass up on this offer. Others should read and come to their own decision.

May 22 at 9:13am Copy Link
Loyal User I too will pass. I do not trust this developer.
I have read the article on MalwareByte's forum.
MalwareByte is a respectable company. I have used their antimalware program for many years.

I encourage others to read this article. If a developer steals other company's intellectual property, it would not be surprising to me that their software (if installed on my machine) would steal any and all the information they want to steal, without my knowledge or permission.

May 22 at 11:36am Copy Link
CthulhuSaves I don't know IOBit, but even if it were true (which it appears it was), never once did anyone in that thread stop to consider that it may have been an employee(s) ripping off their db and not something sanctioned by the company itself. Just saying, that should have been considered before inciting everyone to grab their pitchforks and torches.

Also, that thread was written SIX YEARS ago.
May 22 at 12:12pm Copy Link
Norwel Gordon Then IOBit has had SIX YEARS to present a convincing defense, even blame an employee.

And nobody is suggesting pitchforks or torches.

On BDJ you are free to support the vendor of your choice.
I choose MalwareByte's.
May 22 at 12:33pm Copy Link
CthulhuSaves And how do you know they haven't explained themselves and/or dealt with the situation? That's my whole point. You've dredged up and old situation and cited it as a current reason to avoid a product. You even said, "After reading the material in the following link..." (posted by someone else). Have you done any additional research into the matter? Contacted anyone for facts or follow-up details to the old event? Have you confirmed that the situation wasn't resolved to everyone's prior satisfaction, something that one could assume may be the case in the apparent absence of related complaints beyond 2009?

Look, I don't have a clue whether IOBit are crooks or nice guys, and yes, I do have an existing respect for MWB. I'm simply pointing out that to blindly defame them now, without any contemporary evidence for doing so, is unwarranted and unfair. They may very well have dealt with the issue and settled things quietly with MWB, which would explain why that thread was closed without further info. We simply don't know.

(And the "pitchforks and torches" comment wasn't referring to your post, it was relating my impression of the aforementioned thread. I think MWB should have attempted to contact IOBit first, and only created that thread, --one requesting users to blacklist IOBit everywhere--, if they were ignored or received a hostile response. I do understand their anger, but nevertheless it was indeed a knee-jerk reaction.)
May 22 at 1:21pm Copy Link
Stephen Ducar Have been using this for awhile. Great program
May 22 at 5:12pm Copy Link
John Oliver I don't know if there is an independent software evalution service that acts in an international sense when it comes to things like this
MalwareBybytes Vs IOBit situation.
I would like to think that there was such a company that had the technical expertise to evaluate the two lots of software in comparison.
To anyone not wishing to take sides on this issue you could always use a completely different / third party vendor if you don't wish to use this
IOBit offering or the one from MalwareBytes.
I wonder how the BitDuJour staff feel on this issue?
Anyway, here are links to FREE possible alternatives:

The FREE edition of AVAST

If you want to try a search yourself then start with this search link

Just so you know, at the moment, I am using none of the above but another antivirus program from another vendor and other security software and I have not had any software ( virus or other malware ) issues on this computer as suspicious files are flagged immediately.
In case any of you are wondering, I've decided NOT to install this FREE offering even though I've downloaded it.
May 22 at 6:04pm Copy Link
Miroslav Cunic If the guys at IObit are stealing (not confirmed!), it could be some kind of criminal...
May 22 at 11:37pm Copy Link
Frederick Mills I find it interesting that the same offer is being made on both BitsDuJour and SharewareOnSale with the same license key and the download on SharewareOnSale is good for 3 computers, single user and BitsDuJour is for 1 computer.
May 23 at 11:17am Copy Link
Adam User IObit was caught with its pants down several years ago for obvious IP theft. They have since removed the references from their program database. Don't forget, within the software and computer industry theft is almost normal. Apple stole from Xerox, Apple accuses Microsoft of theft. Apple sues Samsung everywhere for infringement. If you own a cell phone, chances are that company stole something from another company. The only rule of corporate governance, don't get caught with your pants down. They all steal or "borrow".
May 23 at 12:37pm Copy Link

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