Hire your own PC technician inside your computer

For 3 days only, IObit Advanced SystemCare Pro is offering an 83 percent discount exclusive to CNET users. Get it now for just $4.99.

UPDATE June 13, 2011: This offer has now ended.

For three days only, you can get a copy of IObit Advanced SystemCare Pro for just $4.99 (reg. $29.95). That's a savings of over 83 percent off the regular price and is exclusively available on CNET until 11:59 p.m. PT on Sunday, June 12, 2011.

Currently ranked No. 1 in the Utilities Diagnostics Software category, IObit Advanced SystemCare Pro wants to be your full-time technician inside your PC by providing you with a one-click solution to as many as 10 of the most common PC problems users have. The newly added Disk Scan and Vulnerability Fix features help scan and fix disk errors and Windows vulnerabilities while providing you with the program's core set of features that are always on and automated to provide you with an all-in-one "PC Healthcare Service." According to the company, Advanced SystemCare Pro fixes errors, removes clutter, optimizes Internet and download speeds, protects your personal security, and helps maximize computer performance.

So, why should you upgrade to Advanced SystemCare Pro? Here are some of the main features:

  • Double or triple the speed of your old and slow PC.
  • Clean and repair 200 percent more Registry errors for better reliability.
  • Tune up your PC automatically to boost video, picture, MP3 editing and viewing, game playing at its maximum speed.
  • Accelerate Internet downloading, Web surfing, online gaming, YouTube viewing, up to 300 percent faster.
  • It's packed with anti-spyware, privacy protection, performance tune-ups, and system cleaning capabilities.
  • It comes with free technical support and commercial use.

This offer will end at 11:59 p.m. PT on Sunday, June 12, so make sure you take advantage of this offer today.

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