Anyone downloaded the latest version of Advanced SystemCare 6?.

  spuds 13:45 PM 30 Jun 13
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I have had the previous versions on Advanced SystemCare on my computer, using it more of a trial and experiment.

Very recently version 6 became available with a 'surfing protection' addition to the program. I now find that this addition automatically starts with the boot-up of the computer. Going to say CCleaner and the start-up section of that program, I disable Advance SystemCare surfing, but it seems to un-disable itself?.

Anyone else using this latest version of Advance SystemCare, and having similar issues?

  sunnystaines 20:19 PM 30 Jun 13

I am using the latest version of ASC [not the ultimate version] I have the following perm disabled reg fix, reg defrag [use austologics for reg defrag] and disk defrag [use iobits smartdefrag]

mine does the quick scan at boot up it is very quick and shows a one second small popup in right cornor of the screen [you can amend the time the pop up displays] tried to disable it at start up a few versions ago when it clashed with norton but it kept reloading as you have.

Been using ASC since its very early days but its reg cleaning is no longer as safe as it used to be.

  spuds 10:28 AM 02 Jul 13
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It's still un-disabling on boot-up, and as it doesn't appear to be causing any harm (?), I'll leave it alone. Unless a permanent solution comes up, or I hear of any theories?.

sunnystaines- I have used this product since the days when it was known as Windows System Care, but whether there was a problem with using the name Windows, or the product as moved on since the early days, I wouldn't really know. But it does seemed to have improved considerably since those very early day!.

  sunnystaines 17:26 PM 02 Jul 13

same here, asc7 is due soon not date, iobit did not disclose whats new either.

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