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superboy123

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hello friend,who is better tuneup utilities 2013 or iolo system mechanic v 11....which has good tools...
 

Spawn

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I heard Iolo does more damage than good.

Again, I don't believe these "paid" maintenance software are any good. Just a load of crap to scam you for your money.
 

Littlebits

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Older versions of TuneUp Utilities were very good. The 2009 version was probably the best. But newer versions are just full of bloated crap.

I never like to have any system maintenance tools that add a lot of processes and services to Windows startup. That just adds a negative performance to your system. I always avoid automatic system maintenance tools, they can do a lot more damage than good for a system.

When it comes to iolo products, avoid them all because they are crap.
Read commits at WOT, they promote scareware products they have an negative impact on your system and cause severe system errors.

iolo is much worse than Uniblue.

Advanced SystemCare Personal (freeware) is one of the best system maintenance tool. CCleaner is the best system cleaner and Tweak Me! (freeware) is one of the best system tweakers.

Never buy these kind of programs, the freeware alternatives are much better and safer.

Enjoy!!:D
 
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i agree Iolo is crap and bloat, Tuneup add services and processes, i also use Advanced System Care or Wise Care 365 (both free) when i am lazy to do things by myself.
 

moonshine

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I don't trust these type of software enough to use them. I prefer to do things with the help of free utilities and my knowledge.
 
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you should rather try Iobit Advance system Care or Wise care 365, free and efficient.
 

InternetChicken

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iolo system almost crapware,
its one progran that can trash a system very fast, you might as well put malware on a system as iolo system mechanic ,

tune up utilities 2013 is better but as Littlebits says freeware is better
Iobit and Wise care do the job well ,
 

McLovin

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They use to much system resources plus you can tune your computer better if you do it yourself.
 

moonshine

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Learning on how tune your system yourself is actually the better solution. There are a whole lot of free tools that can do what these paid suites can do without paying.
 

arsenaloyal

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I agree that 2009 was the best version of tuneup,still use on XP.never renewed another version of tuneup since.
 

Littlebits

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superboy123 said:
Pcmag.com rate it with exelent for tune up utilities 2013...
The majority review sites are influenced by the mighty $$$.

Don't trust any of them, read user reviews they are more reliable.
Watch for fake users reviews that give 5 stars with worthless commits and no cons.

Thanks.:D
 
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