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    "Version 7 is just a gigolo"

    October 30, 2013  |   By Rick1217


    yes it still does what ASC has done since v2 when I first found it. I have kept with them all the way to v7. It has been my only utility except for CCleaner (excellent btw but do NOT choose Empty DNS cache--you don't want to know); it is the same easy one click but no it does not empty your trash but that seems to be normal for ASC


    V7 is rather a huge disappointment over V6. Essentially V7 is removing critical apps from V6 and replacing them with apps I of which I did not know and don't know what they do. Does not empty Recycle Bin.


    If you have v6, keep it. If you click Update, you get V7. So wait maybe 6 months for an update to v7. You know the Germans, they must be precise and that takes time.

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  • Reply by IObit-Support on October 30, 2013

    Hi Rick1217,

    This is IObit Support Team.

    To clean the Recycle Bin, please load Advanced SystemCare V7 -> Select Settings under More Settings icon on the top right of the main interface -> Click Junk Files Clean from the left-hand panel -> Tick Windows Recycle Bin -> Click Apply and OK button.

    If you have any questions while using IObit product, please contact our customer service with detailed information through the link below and we will do our best to help you.

    Thank you

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