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NetOptimizer

Automatically Optimize Settings to Maximize Internet Speeds

$29.95
v2.1 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: windows 7, 8, 10 and 11
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Are you tired of slow Internet connections? Are you blaming your ISP for not delivering what they advertised? Maybe it’s not your ISP – maybe it’s your computer! Get the speed you need by maximizing your connection with today’s discount software promotion, NetOptimizer!

NetOptimizer is a tool designed to optimize your computer’s settings to maximize your Internet speed. With NetOptimizer, you don’t need to have any technical expertise to immediately accelerate your broadband. Just download NetOptimizer, run it, and restart your computer to see the results.

What does NetOptimizer do for you? For one thing, it reviews and fixes incorrect Windows settings that can slow down browsing, and does so in a way that optimized for individual browsers. Next, it cleans up Internet junk that can contribute to sluggishness. Overall, it applies the best parameters to speed up your PC. Of course, you’re also able to configure settings manually if that is your preference.

Why I Should Edit My DNS? Every time you open a Web page, your computer uses a DNS server to locate the IP address of the page you’re requesting. The faster the DNS server does its job, the faster the page will load. However, Windows always uses a default DNS (usually set by your ISP), which often makes pages take a while to load.

The new NetOptimizer lets you set your preferred (primary/secondary IPv4/IPv6) DNS server for the selected physical network adapter so that you can choose a faster, more responsive DNS. Moreover, it will locate the best DNS on computer startup and offer you to switch to it automatically (manual mode is also supported).

So don’t waste your money on a new computer or IT consultant. Grab NetOptimizer today and immediately speed up your Internet connection!

Review Written by Constantin Florea
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Robert User >"You must install/register the software within 10 days, and cannot do so afterwards."

NO! NO! NO! NO! That is a big NO-NO!

Occasionally a program that had been offered in a promotional giveaway was later offered here on BitsDuJour as a program to purchase at a significant discount. The giveaway offer often has the requirement of "You must install/register the software while the promotion is active, and cannot do so afterwards" or even for a specified number of days. Sometimes that giveaway promotion install stipulation was not edited out when offered here on BitsDuJour for sale. Each time that has happened, there has been a big backlash from potential customers.

When purchasing a license for the software, customers want to be able to re-install if and when needed, and without having to jump through hoops dealing with the developer (often these add extra delays, which could be detrimental to some customers).

How detrimental?

Imagine a hospital that depends on a software program but the hard drive dies; the IT department is summoned for a high priority replacement and reinstall of the necessary software programs they have purchased, but then faces the crisis that the software refuses to work because the license is rejected due to installing more than 10 days after the initial purchase. How will the hospital director feel about having to wait a couple of days to get the license reset or worse, have to re-purchase the software?

Any operations manager will recognize this stipulation as a reason to NOT purchase the software. In other words, you are shooting yourself in the foot if you think this is a good idea.

The majority of software developers already know this and so they allow the customer to deactivate and re-activate as needed. Those same companies are doing just fine. All companies should adopt the same sensible policy.

If the program has a limited lifetime (e.g., 12 months) or even a lifetime license, when the program needs to be installed onto a new hard drive or computer but requires the developer's involvement, things can be far worse for the customer. Developers do not state their company's ability to stay in business. Also, they do not state their age, health, and what year the "Death Clock" is expecting them to die. Therefore, the user that intended to use the limited or even lifetime licensed software for many more years, but the company is closed, those customers are left in limbo with no means of continuing to use the software. Whose lifetime? It should be the customer, not the developer.

Software license purchases should be a good experience for both parties, and the seller-customer relationship remains comfortable for both. The only way to do that is to ensure software licenses are offered at a fair price and fair licensing of usage. Then when new features are added to the software, a fair upgrade price should be offered to honor those previous customers. A happy customer is more likely to pay for an upgrade.

The product you are attempting to sell is intended to alter system settings to increase performance. Your license is good for 12 months, then you insist the user should pay full price to get a later version. Given that there are many free alternatives to do the same, even so, if a user were to tweak their computer with NetOptimizer, what is going to change those settings for the worse within that year, thereby necessitating purchasing again?
Apr 12 at 6:04am Copy Link
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Applian Thank you for the feedback.

1. NetOptimizer does offer a trial. Users can continue to use the software in trial mode for as long as they desire. The trial is limited to manual operation vs automated. Our goal is to allow users to experience the benefits of our technology and hopefully become a longtime customer.
2. The purchased license key will work beyond 1 or 2 years. Only if users want updates beyond that period are they asked to repurchase and at a discount rate.

Most all will agree that quality software development costs resources. If the resources we not available to support talented engineering, support and marketing personnel it would be difficult to have a sustainable business.

This is why we thank all of our great users that have supported us for so many years. We feel obligated to do our very best in return for this support.
Applian Technologies - Apr 12 at 7:52am Copy Link
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major4579 Applian,
You totally missed the point. The fine print says:

"You must install/register the software within 10 days, and cannot do so afterwards."

This is what Robert (and I) object to and, at least, keeps me from purchasing.

Especially since the fine print also says:

"Transfer of a license to another owned computer is allowed."

The 2 points seem incompatible. Unless you mean I can transfer to another computer if I do it within 10 days.

NO THANKS
Apr 12 at 9:49am Copy Link
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Applian Thank you for clarifying and pointing this out to me.

In the fine print section under 'Review the Full License details for downloading and installing this software.', there's a link to NetOptimizer's End Users License Agreement (EULA) where there is no mention of having to install and register the software within 10 days. Today I brought this to the attention of our BitsDuJours contact. He was able to confirm that this info doesn't apply to our software and has since removed it.

Yes, you can transfer your license key from one PC to another. We allow users this convenience.

Thanks so much for shedding light on this oversight.
Applian Technologies - Apr 12 at 12:49pm Copy Link
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Tazzie It's a bit confusing ... allows 3 installations per footprint. Seems like the initial installation is required within 10 days, but after that it can be reinstalled on the same machine. I would like Applian to clear up some of our points.
Apr 12 at 1:29pm Copy Link
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Jason User Please last post with respect to the 10 day issue. It has been addressed.

One license key per PC. Users can transfer their license key to three different PCs . However, the license key can only be used on one PC at a time.
Apr 12 at 2:26pm Copy Link
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Robert User @Applian:

Thanks for your help to get the 10-day install limitation removed from the Fine Print. Unfortunately, many visitors will not know about the change. Others may still be too suspicious to risk the purchase.

>"1. NetOptimizer does offer a trial. Users can continue to use the software in trial mode for as long as they desire. The trial is limited to manual operation vs automated."
We already have the ability to do things manually. I'd be just as well off using the freely available Google's Code of NameBench to do a great in-depth analysis of what DNS servers work best for my Internet access.


>"2. The purchased license key will work beyond 1 or 2 years. Only if users want updates beyond that period are they asked to repurchase and at a discount rate."
At what discount rate? The Fine Print section does not mention a discount for the actual product. It only refers to an update to the software not being discounted at all. Potential buyers would like to know what that discount would be, and that it supersedes the Fine Print statements.


Before the Fine Print section removed the statement "You must install/register the software within 10 days, and cannot do so afterwards." You replied in defense:
>"Most all will agree that quality software development costs resources. If the resources we not available to support talented engineering, support and marketing personnel it would be difficult to have a sustainable business."
And yet, since the late 1970s, the PC market has grown faster than any other technology in our past, and in the process, many have become quite successful and their owners very wealthy. They didn't do that by specifying that a program cannot be installed beyond 10 days of purchase. Developers have been successful by being respectful, sincere, and fair.


>"This is why we thank all of our great users that have supported us for so many years. We feel obligated to do our very best in return for this support."
A funny way of showing it.


The Fine Print section states:
>"Transfer of a license to another owned computer is allowed."

... and you stated in the comments:
>"Yes, you can transfer your license key from one PC to another."

You also mentioned the link to your EULA that is in the Fine Print: ("Review the Full License details for downloading and installing this software").

On the page with the EULA, it states:
"This license is not transferable to any other system."

This is contradictory to the above-mentioned statements. Would you please correct the EULA to match your statements?


The BitsDuJour site's success is dependent upon having satisfied buyers and sellers. When you offer a product that does not seem to justify the price, it takes up space where a better-priced product could have been. If every seller offered a product as you have, BitsDuJour would have to close; that would be far worse; we all lose in that case.

One final notice in the EULA is possibly the most important one:
"NetOptimizer does not guarantee to improve your Internet speed."
Apr 12 at 11:02pm Copy Link
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Applian All good points. Thank you again for the feedback. We hope you enjoy the NetOptimizer software. So far it appears 512 people like the offer. Good stuff!
Applian Technologies - Apr 13 at 11:48am Copy Link
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