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  • Started 2 years ago by tsmith777
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tsmith777
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Does anyone have any info on Auslogics BoostSpeed, good, bad or indifferent?

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warlock
Posts: 4100

Looks like a piece of junk to me, and would not even consider installing it. If it were good, the geeks here would have known.

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StringJunky
Posts: 2454

Ccleaner, W7 built-in defragger and Recuva just about covers what this does SAFELY. Auslogics is a good suite of tools (and those like it) for helping you to mess up your system. :)

The internet boosts etc are baloney and snake oil. Been there done that...

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tsmith777
Posts: 881

Okay, Thanks guys

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CompWiz
Posts: 864

Agree with warlock. Stay away.

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StringJunky
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What you see after a clean install and defragged is as fast as your system can be if you need a reference.

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warlock
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Snakeoil. LOL. Next post would be how do I get rid of Auslogics BoostSpeed.

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StringJunky
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Warlock

I bet you are not far wrong, in fact, if all apps within it were utilised I bet a reinstall would be in order after the registry got trashed. :)

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tsmith777
Posts: 881

I used Revo and uninstalled it, all seems to be ok

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warlock
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@StringJunky, I agree and Tom to his credit has been here long enough to ask.

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raphoenix
Posts: 14920

jv16 PowerTools is Known Good Software. Been around for a long, long time.

It won't speed up your system but does clean it up the very well.

If it doesn't know what do with an item, then it will not Fix it and just leaves it alone.

http://www.macecraft.com/jv16powertools2012/

Rick P.

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StringJunky
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Absolutely Warlock. I think you are very wise to get rid of it Tom :)

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tsmith777
Posts: 881

Rick, I installed jv16 Power Tools as you said it is good software, it does clean the system very good. Is it worth buying the $39.95 version which I believe is a one time payment or is it annually?

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Lighthouse
Posts: 13598

The free pro version of jv comes up often on the net. Keep your eyes open.

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raphoenix
Posts: 14920

One time payment with Version 2013 Free when released.

Many Tools.

Can't beat jv16 for reliability.

However, Don't use it on Windows 8 until new 2013 Version is released.
Let me be "The Goat" using older version(s) first .... (LOL)

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tsmith777
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The Platinum version is the one for $39.95, is that the one you would recommend?

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raphoenix
Posts: 14920

YES I would recommend the Platinum version.
Includes free product upgrades for life!

That gives their development team a little cash plus You get more benefits.

I have to admit that shamefully I've broken their license agreement for many years and they still give me Free upgrades so KNOWING their software is darn good, I "Shill" for'um. :)

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tsmith777
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Okay, Thanks Rick, its great when EXPERTS like you find products that are very helpful to novices like me and recommend them along with advice on what to do when using those products. I have learned SO MUCH from all of you on HTG. I recommend this site to everyone I come in contact with. Thanks again.

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Lighthouse
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I must say, I was not too happy with it, and I think, neither was Mike. But you'd have to ask him.

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raphoenix
Posts: 14920

"Not happy" isn't very technically specific... :)

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