Iobit's Advanced System Care features many very useful housekeeping utilities, plus some, including the Smart Defrag disk defragger, are exceptional. For people who like everything in one location, it's one of the better Windows maintenance suites available. Alas, some of the more useful components, like the advanced registry scanner, are merely available in the $30-per-year Pro version, as well as the suite makes its presence known in lots of ways from the Windows interface. The launch application for Advanced SystemCare Ultimate review is certainly attractive, although amount of utilities involved can make it somewhat formidable to traverse. The utilities are grouped under four main headings: Care, Toolbox, Turbo Boost (more on that later), and Action Center. The latter is like the Windows Action Center, used primarily for alerts; Care houses the upkeep features; and Toolbox is often a catch-all number of the free tools. A bit more arrangement concision could possibly be in order, but it all works well enough, once you're acclimated.
Features and utilities in Advanced System Care add a program uninstaller, registry defragger and cleaner (a simple one at no cost, a far more advanced version for that pro version), a file shredder and empty folder search tool, un-deleter, shortcut repair tool, startup manager, disk cleanup tool, game booster (shuts unnecessary processes during action), disk repair tool, driver update tool, duplicate file finder, and a system information display.There's also several security measures such as the free version of the extremely watchful and competent IObit Malware Fighter, an activity manager, a homepage lock for the browsers, and a scan that lets you know about potential security holes such as remote registry and remote assistance being started up. As Microsoft's Security Essentials no longer supports XP (Microsoft dropping support should give everyone pause about determined by major vendor freebies), Iobit pitches Advanced System Care as filling the void. It will do this nicely, as will AVG, Avira, and McAfee.My biggest complaint about Advanced System Care is its overt presence on your system. After the installation, there is a CPU/RAM meter at the very top left of your respective screen, another entry inside the system tray (most third-party system tray icons enter the unobtrusive popup menu), plus icons for the desktop that seemingly multiply because you use the various modules. There's also numerous context menu entries for example the three (Shred file, Undelete file, Privacy Sweep) that comes with the Trash. My preference is for out of sight, away from mind. You could possibly configure the suite to become less in-your-face, however it is a fair effort and you also can't eliminate every trace.Iobit Advanced System Care has some very beneficial capabilities, however its overbearing presence rules it personally. However, I understand many users who find an obvious presence comforting. Different strokes. Whether or not the entire suite is just not for you, Malware Fighter, Smart Defrag, and other components can be found separately. Just don't blindly click-through the installs, or you will end up with Advanced System Care in your system anyway.
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