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A System Utility for Superior PC Health

Advanced WindowsCare Pro provides anti-spyware, privacy protection, performance tune-ups, repairing, and cleaning functions.

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Major Frank Laifer zPlease notify me when I can purchase Advanced WndowsCare Professional. Thank you
Jan 2 2008 at 12:20am Copy Link
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Mitch Kite Your website says that the licence is only good for 1 year.  So, what happens to the functionality of the Pro version at the end of a year?
Oct 14 2010 at 5:39am Copy Link
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David Wild This is very useful software. I've used it for the past couple of years. However, the downside is that their policy is one license/one computer. If you use a desktop and a laptop, you would have to purchase two licenses. In fact, after my desktop was trashed by a virus, I had reinstall all of my software. I attempted to reinstall Advanced SystemCare Pro using my existing license key, which required a verification of the license key on their site. However, I received a message that my downloads were used up and I would have to purchase a new license (even though I was using the same computer). 
Oct 18 2010 at 11:38am Copy Link
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IObit @Mike Kite:

When the your key reaches the expirate date, the functionality of the PRO version is no available for your PC, but your ASC PRO can offer you the functionality of ASC Free.

we will offer you a cheap price for you to renew your license.
IObit - Oct 18 2010 at 3:46pm Copy Link
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IObit @ David Wild When you want to purchase 1 key for 2 PCs, you just change the quantity to 2 in the store, you can use the same key in two PCs. As for the license refound issue, please contact IObit support team http://www.iobit.com/onlinesupport.html for help.
IObit - Oct 18 2010 at 4:01pm Copy Link
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Bob White Good program, but I wish that you could use 1 key on 2 computers for the price of 1 key. I have 1 computer that I dual boot XP and Windows 7 on. I have to purchase 2 keys in order to use this program on both OS. Can this be changed?
Oct 19 2010 at 4:55am Copy Link
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IObit @Bob White

We now do not support such service, maybe you can get it in our next promotion.
But We do have the promotion for 1 key on 3 PCs, only 39.95.
Thanks for your interest in IObit products.
IObit - Oct 20 2010 at 4:11pm Copy Link
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Glen Hilton Worthwhile app though I cannot justify a single user 2 machine double rate on a 12 month subscription so i'll pass on this and stick with Glary and Tune Up Utilities. Will keep an eye out for future offers.
Oct 21 2010 at 2:01pm Copy Link
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IObit @Glen Hilton

We do not have such a promotion plan now, maybe in the furture, you can enjoy such a kind of discount. Thanks
IObit - Oct 21 2010 at 3:38pm Copy Link
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Not from China Can anybody tell, if IObit do not have stole code from some other company, as they some time ago did with Security 360? Thank you.
Oct 22 2010 at 12:24am Copy Link
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IObit @ Not from China
 please check this:http://forums.iobit.com/s...php?t=4807. Thanks
IObit - Oct 24 2010 at 2:53pm Copy Link
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Don't.Steal. Our.Software.A So you like links? http://forums.malwarebyte...opic=29681
Oct 24 2010 at 10:51pm Copy Link
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Phil Tobin Though a re-run in this thread of IObit's disastrous encounter with a justifiably outraged Malwarebytes is unnecessary, the issue of trust where IObit is concerned still hasn't gone away.

This so-called "discount" offer is typical IObit, because though the normal retail price of the Advanced System Care PRO component is quoted here today at $18.95, that same component is simultaneously quoted today on IObit's own website at $12.97, including a licence covering three PCs. And the retail price of Advanced System Care PRO, says IObit, isn't $18.95 anyway, but $19.95.

Heigh-ho. Thanks, BDJ, because at least with 'Bits' there's transparency and absence of ambiguity -- unlike IObit, which despite the hammering it's taken in recent years over its business practices continues to give every impression of regarding consumers as no more than commercial fodder to be misled and confused.
Oct 8 2012 at 3:08am Copy Link
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Alam Amiruddin thank u
May 21 2015 at 6:34am Copy Link
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ahm User Very excellent program
May 21 2015 at 8:18am Copy Link
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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 2015 at 11:28am Copy Link
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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 2015 at 2:47am Copy Link
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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 2015 at 7:26am Copy Link
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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 2015 at 8:39am Copy Link
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Tomáš User super, thanks.
May 22 2015 at 8:52am Copy Link
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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.

https://forums.malwarebyt...-property/
May 22 2015 at 9:13am Copy Link
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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.

https://forums.malwarebyt...-property/
May 22 2015 at 11:36am Copy Link
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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 2015 at 12:12pm Copy Link
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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 2015 at 12:33pm Copy Link
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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 2015 at 1:21pm Copy Link
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Stephen Ducar Have been using this for awhile. Great program
May 22 2015 at 5:12pm Copy Link
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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.
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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.
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I wonder how the BitDuJour staff feel on this issue?
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Anyway, here are links to FREE possible alternatives:
http://windows.microsoft....s-download

http://free.avg.com/ww-en/homepage

The FREE edition of AVAST
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https://www.avast.com/en-...tAodZ3wAgw

If you want to try a search yourself then start with this search link
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=best+free+antivirus

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.
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In case any of you are wondering, I've decided NOT to install this FREE offering even though I've downloaded it.
May 22 2015 at 6:04pm Copy Link
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Miroslav Cunic If the guys at IObit are stealing (not confirmed!), it could be some kind of criminal...
May 22 2015 at 11:37pm Copy Link
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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 2015 at 11:17am Copy Link
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AdamiOne 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 2015 at 12:37pm Copy Link
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On the Road FYI, Avangate website consistently added unwanted backup CD to order for an additional $9.99. Could not order at the BDJ discounted price of $9.99.
Oct 23 2015 at 1:18am Copy Link
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Stuart Clarke It would be helpful if Bits could clarify with this developer that it is NOT bundling in unwanted software in this promotion . Elsewhere on the Net, where similar iObit promotions are running this holiday season, a download of Advanced System Care Pro brings with (a) iObit Uninstaller (17Mb) and (b) iObit Surf Protector (17Mb). Their existence is NOT flagged up by iObit during download and no mention is made of them during install. If computer users wish to download software for the purposes of trying it out, that's fine. What isn't fine is when developers sneak into a download other stuff of which the computer user has no awareness and may neither want nor need on their machines.
Dec 28 2015 at 3:56am Copy Link
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Peter Blaise .
Stuart, those are part of IObit Advanced System Care -- look at the tools.

Use ANY uninstller, including IObit's, to remove anything you don't want.

It's all good.
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Dec 28 2015 at 7:38am Copy Link
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Mike McLaughlin This is pretty old stuff as I am currently using v15.Still good at free but you need to know its way outdated.
Dec 29 2015 at 6:28am Copy Link
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Terence Conroy How did you get v.15 when they have only recently released V.9?
Dec 29 2015 at 2:58pm Copy Link
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Peter Blaise .
IObit Advanced System Care is at v9.

v15 of other programs names may sound familiar, but are not IObit.
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Dec 30 2015 at 1:24am Copy Link
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IObit @Mike McLaughlin The latest version of Advanced SystemCare PRO is 9. Please find more in our official website: http://www.iobit.com/en/a...arepro.php. This giveaway is for version 9. Thank you :)
IObit - Dec 30 2015 at 1:43am Copy Link
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Mike McLaughlin My bad , I was thinking System Mechanic and not Advanced System Care. Sorry all.
Jan 1 2016 at 5:51am Copy Link
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Redouane Mouini thanks
Jun 18 2016 at 7:23am Copy Link
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Mihailo User Thank you very much my licence almost expired,i originali got this program from this website so i expect another code in 6 months ; ) thanks a lot.
Jun 19 2016 at 6:34am Copy Link
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John User I've used this in the past and it is very similar to Wise Care 365 - both do the job.

My only complaint this time is here is a program that lets you manage your Startup folder and then tries to throw four items into it. I tried to reject all four (using WinPatrol) and they kept coming back again and again. I had to reboot to stop the constant requests to add something to my startup.

That minor thing aside this is very good software if you monitor what it wants to fix and make sure you create a restore point.
Jun 19 2016 at 9:23am Copy Link
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Greg User Custom installation does not work on this free version.
Jun 19 2016 at 10:41am Copy Link
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Ken Quigg Where do I enter the registration key? Every time I hit activate now it takes me to a purchase page.
Jun 20 2016 at 1:32am Copy Link
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IObit @Ken Quigg I think our product manual would help. Please click here: http://www.iobit.com/prod...Activation
IObit - Jun 20 2016 at 7:10pm Copy Link
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IObit @Greg User Sorry for that. Would you please download the setup file from our official website? Here is it: http://www.iobit.com/en/a...refree.php.
IObit - Jun 20 2016 at 7:16pm Copy Link
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Greg User I still can't use the custom installation, even with the download from iobit.com. The error banner states: "The installation directory you entered is incorrect, please re-enter." I am trying to install the program to a partitioned drive.
Jun 21 2016 at 6:50am Copy Link
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IObit @Greg User Please let our support team help. Can you submit your problem by this link? http://www.iobit.com/en/o...oduct=free
IObit - Jun 26 2016 at 8:09pm Copy Link
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John User I’ve been using this software for years, I would definitely recommend it.
Jul 4 at 2:39am Copy Link
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