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    "For me the best Windows free care tool(s), BY FAR, BUT!"

    February 12, 2013  |   By tegelstom


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    Cons: ?????


    Actually I use Iobit's ASC(payed)tool(s) about a year at home, and the free portable version of Wise Care tool(s) about two months on Windows(of course, what else?) 7. Both are also used for free about two months on Windows(...) Server 2003 R2, in my job(CS/IT education). The free Wise Care works perfect, actually it shows me that is doing some work, after a full scan of ASC(payed)! Insane, but that's the beauty of Windows!(LOL) Talking about free versions, on Windows Server 2003 R2, ASC(free version) is ALMOST a total fail, CAUTION: never try to use ASC(free version) options: [boost internet] and [system opt] on a machine connected to a LAN, you gonna regret it or I dare you to test it. :D. Now about the free version of Wise Care, almost ROCKZ, ok, they do have some restrictions but signifigant less than the ASC, they do not cause any problem at all in a machine connected to LAN, but you have to use Wisely( ;) ), the Wise Tools Registry Cleaner, it YELLS to you(not only for the registry thing) that is unsure for what to do for an issue, by leaving its box unchecked(I never tried to see what happens when you check that box...). Here comes the big BUT about Wise Tools Defrag Utility! Simply do not try to defrag with it, too slow and I'm not sure if really defrags(another user's feedback here, is so very selcome) but you can use for free IObit's smart defrag tool(for me is the best free defrag utility). Conclusion:
    If want to go for free... just use the Wise Care 365 for all the cleaning jobs(Wisely ;)) and do defrag with IObit's smart defragment tool and if you install the anvast! antimalware tool, your Windows system gonna be rated 7/10(0)??? LOL!

    UNIX & Linux user here!

    posible question:
    why in heck do you mess with these Windows messy things?

    my answer:
    I will never forget that I started messing with CS/IT using that MS-DOS 3.2, it was ages ago, but yeap... still loving you Microsoft! Plus that messing with Windows stuff is the best practice for "out of box thinking". :))))
    Btw, all my comments about Microsoft are not mean/sarcastic etc. you can consider them as teasing feedback!


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