I have used auslogics boostspeed, but the reason i detch it was google sender file and the crashes the program have and the graphic interface that takes much PC resourses and i dont know if they remove those two or not
You just need to select the option to do a custom install when you install their defrag software, and then you will be given the option to not install Boot Speed. Or, if you have Unchecky installed it will do this for you.Hey, Auslogics has a really good defragger, but you download their tune up program as well, and as far as I know there is nothing you can do about it(besides pay for Auslogics Disc Defrag Pro)
Totally agree, especially about Boostspeed, the right word is not "dangerous" but...you are close to it.Their disk defrag software is quite good, as is Microsoft's defrag tool. However, it's probably best to avoid their other products.
Most of the "updates" their driver updater finds are actually the exact same driver versions as you alreay have installed. This has been happening for a few months now. For exmplae it finds over 50 driver updates on my laptop. Only one or two of these are acutal newer drivers, the rest are either the same version as the already installed drivers, or even older versions sometimes.
All of their products which clean the regsitry have issues with false positves, where they want to remove any Start Menu link to a website. I email them about it some months ago to report the bug, but they they never replied.
They have created fake review sites to promote their TweakBit branded products.
As already mentioned in this thread, you will need to do a custom install with most of their products or you will get BoostSpeed installed too. I belive this provides a very good reason for BoostSpeed to classified as a PUP.
BoostSpeed is a bad product in my opinion. I don't like some of the recommendations it makes. It wants to remove all of your Chome and IE extensions.
Their very basic antimalware product Auslogics Anti-Malware sometimes does not receive new Avira definition updates for days.
I just scanned the installer for BoostSpeed at VirusTotal and it was detected by ESET as "a varient of Win32/Auslogics.B potentially unwanted." It is not detecting it as being unsafe, but as a PUP, and it would not be detected if you had detection of PUPs disabled.Auslogics Boostspeed and other installers from Auslogics are now detected by Eset as "Unsafe". I have the option "detection of potentially unsafe application" enabled.