This is a genuine offer, you send an email IO Bit & get a serial by return which converts the free edition to the full.
I have used & bought this program in the past. It's well worth having a poke around in all the options as for instance there is a part similar to how Spyware Blaster works with the registry. I installed it last night & the PC has been on since then & I have had no problems.
NOTE: If it messes your system up contact your MP. :-)
BTW: You can get more copies by sending a different email as it is one serial to one PC. I got 2 serials without problem, which seems legal as after you enter your email it prompts you to enter another addy.
the beta programs were poor but the finished build is ok.
it is very quick i use full scan at the end of each day before shutting down. another good point it has a immunise option like spywareblaster & spybot it has a scan for security holes too i put it on all the computers of people i help.
It's very much like 'Advanced Windows/System Care'? with a new interface that you can run as a free edition or with the free serial run the full version. I bought the program for several years but let it lapse at a time after my hols when I was somewhat skint.
When Advanced System Care replaced AWC, something went seriously wrong with the product and marketing (in my opinion). I used both free and Pro versions, and while free is fair, Pro offers slightly more, but it still doesn't resolve quite a number of issues.
At present I am trialing two 'clean-up' products: Essentials Speed Up and Large Software PC Tune-Up. Very open minded on both as yet.
'I won't bother next posting next time.' Don't blame you. In my experience Iobit does not produce a good product. Any of them. Advanced Windows Care is a load of tosh. Winaso is useless and any 'care' product that takes over your own personal control over your own PC should be uninstalled pronto. There are simply better programs out there that need a bit more input from yourself instead of believing in the 'magic' of these 'fix all crap programs'.