(Solved) - What is PCKeeper, is it legit?(11 posts)
There many free applications which do the job better than a combined suite, especially the one you linked to. The ones below are used by most of us here;
Microsoft Security Essentials for antivirus scanning (free)
Antispyware and anti malware removal (the free versions are fine)
And generally cleaning your system out
Well it has lots of certifications from different testing titans like VB100 or AV-Comparatives and they rate it very high. Check out PCKeeper website. Also they are Microsoft partners. Never had any issues with the soft.
P.S. But yes - this soft is not free...
jistupka, please respect our comments regarding software recommendations, we do spend lots of time in testing and evaluation, not just for everyday users.
Certification = 0 when is not recognised in our world, at any rate.
And there was no mention above about legality but whether it is legitimate as a software option.
Unless jistupka edited his post after your comment, I didn't read any disrespect... seemed to me he was posting his direct experience that the software was fine to use.
Having said that, I too use the free MSE and CCleaner and I second your recommendation.
ReadandShare, there was no disrespect intended in any form.
My point was referencing useless software that people download and find questionable; and that is what I referred to.
'he was posting his direct experience that the software was fine to use.' With what qualification?
Please remember, a new member referencing to an external site, software etc is bound to picked up by moderators.
Please read our posts above.
Thanks, guys, for your answers!
And a special thanks to moderators for care )
At the moment I do not have any particular problems. I just choose the system utility (preferably all in one solution) for my new ultrabook with Windows 8.
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