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gettin' funky wit it...lol
Published on October 25, 2018 By Uvah In Personal Computing

Just updated ASC to version 12 and IObit's Uninstaller to version 8. They've been busy. Second screenshot shows the new GUI with the animation and the first I didn't believe until I saw it. With Uninstaller v8 you can now uninstall the program by right clicking on the desktop icon, systray icon and another I don't remember lol.

 


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on Oct 25, 2018

Why are you so keen about this company?? It's from China and I thought Stardock affiliated ones are good enough,no??    Ah,I checked around,it seems personally you did prefer software from China more. Oh,well.............

To be honest,you don't need any of software from that company,it's for fool-proof,its statistics are so unreliable and incorrect compared with those alternative ones are much safer and simple. 

on Oct 25, 2018

Gaspershooters

Why are you so keen about this company??

Because it works. Five star rating, ranks #1 in its class.

Gaspershooters

It's from China

I don't discriminate.

Gaspershooters

To be honest,you don't need any of software from that company,it's for fool-proof,its statistics are so unreliable and incorrect compared with those alternative ones are much safer and simple. 

So not true or else I wouldn't have been using it since version 3. Respect

on Oct 25, 2018

Because it works. Five star rating, ranks #1 in its class.


According to what?? Urban blog or its official site?? 

I don't discriminate.

 I don't discriminate either,I just don't trust this company and the other one (wisecleaner),about few years ago,a member in here having a commercial pop-ups was due to iObit's partners "error". 

 
So not true or else I wouldn't have been using it since version 3. Respect 

Well,quoted by your own words,it's just preference.................................

on Oct 25, 2018

Gaspershooters

official site

That ^

on Oct 28, 2018

To be honest, I don't know that IObit products are any worse than others doing the same things. Just because it is Chinese doesn't make it bad.   I used Advanced System Care and other IObit software for years and never had an issue.  I'm currently using Wise Care 360, which is also quite good, but not because IObit software presented me with any issues.  I just liked Wise Care 360 and thought I'd give the licensed version a try.  Thus far it has performed as advertised and hasn't caused me any concerns.

Yes, Gaspershooters, Ashampoo's system tuneup program is also good.  I have used that also and had no issues.  I may even go back to it at some stage, but right now, Wise Care 360 is my preference.

on Oct 29, 2018

The thing is that I have read some information regarding IObit,just googled it,the founder was sued by Malwarebytes at few years back hence it cannot do business 'directly" in USA., if you know what's that meant,all of glorified claims in its sites are all bogus and unsubstantiated,I certainly not going to encourage a company installed its software,let alone pay for it. I am better than that. I don't need repeat on Wise's parts. 

Educated yourself well,you don't need any of software from this kind of fancy system enhanced software,it's simply just for the noobs who are lazy or don't know how to optimize their system in professional way. But if you must,please choose the endorsed ones by reputable company,like Stardock.   

 

on Oct 29, 2018

Gaspershooters, I don't know what your problem is but I simply cannot be bothered with it henceforth. 

I know what I'm happy with and that's all that matters.

on Oct 29, 2018

starkers

Gaspershooters, I don't know what your problem is but I simply cannot be bothered with it henceforth. 

I know what I'm happy with and that's all that matters.

Said it for me.

on Oct 29, 2018

https://www.thewindowsclub.com/malwarebytes-potentially-unwanted-program

Said no more,two of company Wise and IObits' software have been flagged "potentially Unwanted Programs",  Oh,I always recommend Malwarebytes for users whose system got 'infected". 

 

on Oct 29, 2018

Old news dude. I had that happen to me twice.....last year. That's why I got rid of MalwareBytes. It would forcefully remove the program rendering it useless and I'm not the only one that happened to. There was an article about Mbam 3.0 that didn't sit well with some folks. And since I have Wise and have run it several times since it has never flagged iObit, not even once. Crash and burn... 

on Oct 29, 2018

Oh,so that's the truth that MalwareBytes did flag IObit as "potentially Unwanted Programs",hum?? Thanks for confirmation.   

on Oct 29, 2018

I use a Ruskie Antivirus, and these Chinese proggies from IObit... both without any fuss OR trepidation.....just as I use proggies from the USA ....no prejudice from me at all....and I'm not from any of those countries.

Besides, most of my computer[s] came from China in the first place.

Why should one source be trusted over another?  Arseholes know no borders...

on Oct 29, 2018

You missed the trick, oh,I do have software from China too,surprised?? Jiangmin antivirus,Xwidget.................I were talking about Wise and IObit their business.

I expected nothing less from you,Jafo. Illegitimi non carborundum .     

on Oct 29, 2018

Gaspershooters

Oh,so that's the truth that MalwareBytes did flag IObit as "potentially Unwanted Programs",hum?? Thanks for confirmation. 

You missed the whole point by a considerable margin. Before version 3.0 (which offers no real time protection, the free version, as opposed to Commodo which does and it is a free version) I used Mbam exclusively but when it started taking out other programs even after being excluded and Mabam admitted such) I got rid of it and never looked back. Like starkers said. I'm happy with what I got. If people don't like it, whose problem is that? Not mine.

on Oct 29, 2018

I am just offered my opinions from what I know,you can disagree me whatsoever,that's why I didn't reply after #4. You're happy what you have,Starkers is happy what he has which he clearly stated in #7. I thought we are giving each other points of view until someone chimed in with unbecoming name-calling which not a surprise for me considering that's how thing he does for over those years.