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Advanced system care pro vs Wise care 365 pro

Discussion in 'War Room' started by technology, Aug 16, 2013.

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Advanced system care pro vs Wise care 365 pro

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  1. technology

    technology Active Member

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    Hi,

    Advanced system care pro vs Wise care 365 pro

    which one is better in optimization ? I don't care which one have more feature.. vote from your experience with both products

    Thanks :D
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    Moose Well-Known Member

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    Wise care 365 Pro with CCleaner!
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    King Mellow Well-Known Member

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    I second that.
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  4. Littlebits

    Littlebits Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Both are excellent products but Advanced SystemCare has more features then Wise Care 365. The Toolbox is what I like about it the most. I never use the cleaner, I prefer CCleaner.

    I just use the free version, no need to buy the Pro version since neither one doesn't really offer anything special.

    Check out the Advanced SystemCare product comparison

    Wise Care 365 product comparison

    Enjoy!! :D
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  5. DreadedKamoteness

    DreadedKamoteness New Member

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    i would go for advanced system care, it has better registry cleaning capabilities. . .
    tried wise care and my pc have a prompt saying scanning and repairing registry everytime i boot, i think something went wrong with it's reg cleaning. . .
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  6. Huracan

    Huracan Administrator Staff Member

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    Neither, I've used the Free versions but contained too many tools or I didn't need to use 70% of them.

    For self-system maintenance I use;
    + Autoruns (TechNet)
    + CCleaner (Piriform)
    + IObit Uninstaller (IObit)
    + RegScanner (Nirisoft), including regedit.msc for manual deletion.
    + Search Everything (VoidTools)
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  7. Littlebits

    Littlebits Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I don't use most of the features either, I hate auto maintenance tools.

    However I use WSCC which includes portable versions of all of Microsoft Sysinternals Suite and Nirsoft Utilities together in one portable program. Of coarse this is for users who are more technical.

    Thanks. :D
  8. technology

    technology Active Member

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    thank you all for reply,
    I found both are excellent and as Littlebits said the toolbox of system care is what I liked most but when we talk about registry cleaner, I feel that registry fix in system care a little fishy !!,, IMO and may be I'm wrong
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    technology Active Member

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    what about Auslogics BoostSpeed vs both products ? :D
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  10. Littlebits

    Littlebits Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Auslogics BoostSpeed is also a good product, but the main problem with it is all of the important strong features is already available as freeware in their stand-alone products, what is missing is available in other freeware products. So the only advantage is having all features in one product.

    All system maintenance products have their strong features and weak features. To get the best of the features you have to use different products. I have never seen a complete system maintenance product with all of the best of the features included in one product.

    The closest has to be Advanced SystemCare but Glary Utilities latest version is almost as good. Glary Utilities "Advanced Tools" is very similar to Advanced System Care's "Toolbox".

    Enjoy!! :D
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  11. thetechguy

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    I love Wise Care, I use the free version though.

    Much like some people have a layered security, I have a layered maintenance approach. Wise does a lot of things, and is more in depth than CCleaner when it comes to the registry.

    That said I've tried the new ASC beta and really like it too.

    The only one I'd ever pay for is Auslogics BoostSpeed, I've liked their free stuff and used it a lot but Wise does it almost all in one. I still use CCleaner, BleachBit, Defraggler (sometimes), etc.
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  12. realraydon

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    Advanced SystemCare Pro
    especially the toolbox, and the new added Toolbars Uninstallation Module on IObit Uninstaller 3, it makes me love it even better.
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    Advanced SystemCare Pro is for novice or inexperienced users in Windows.
    I also went well, but I have gained enough experience to understand that they modify and destabilize the correct operation of the operating system.
    Choise for CCleaner and understand this tool.
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    Advanced SystemCare has more features)
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    Umbra Polaris Testing And Review Expert Staff Member

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    Wise Care + Ccleaner; wise care is among the few one that remove win updates unwanted files easily
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    CCleaner is better & just safer than both!
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    Hello everyone!

    I choose Wise Care 365 Pro, without a doubt! ^^
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    I trust more on Wise Care Pro + Ccleaner.
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    I totally agree! ASC is kinda tricky! You have to be careful because you could get certain instability and even blue screens with the registry deep cleaner! I did it myself and I started having blue screens and I use the "backup" feature it has and it said it restored my registry. But no it didn't resolved the issue. So I had to repair my OS. I got a free license for the pro version and NO THANK YOU I don't use it at all after that experience.

    So I'm really up for Ccleaner I have used it for many years now and it works excellent. Never found a problem but besides that I used Tune-up Utilities 2014 and for me it works excellent as well never have a problem.
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  20. tailHey

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    I agree, TuneUp Utilities is a good piece of software which can be very useful to some careful people ^^
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