Kerish Doctor here too. It just works and works really well, and has lots of really useful features. Kerish is superb in real-time mode.I didn't choose any of the above because my recommendation would be Kerish Doctor. With Kerish Doctor, I don't use any of the tools listed. I don't feel the need to use them.
Spot on but I wouldn't touch the registry except with ccleaner and I would use either one(or both) on demand via settings and killswitches autoruns analyser.In my opinion Advanced SystemCare is the best. It is safe to use and paid Pro version, is regularly available as a giveaway. I also use Wise Disk Cleaner, to clean junk files as it does a better job at that than ASC does.
The registry cleaner is Wise Care has minor issues with false positives, so should be used with care. But the other functions are safe to use. The disk cleaner is very good at finding junk files, which is why I use Wise Disk Cleaner.
While Glary Utilities is not terrible, in my opinion, Advanced SystemCare is a much better product. Glary is regularly updated, but seems to only ever receive very minor changes and fixes,, rather than adding new features. Some features don't work too well. For example, I've never seen the driver updater in Glary, ever find any driver updates.
i guess the registry cleaner caused your windows to get corrupt from iobit? as that is what happen to me many times when i tested it having loads of issues and i never touch the registry cleaner inside it at all if i use it, the disk cleaner and other cleaning, etc worked all fine on my pc for a while and laptop when using it.I used all three programs. I'll ranked them as:
I experienced a couple of times ASC trashing Windows after cleaning so I shun from using it again.
- Wise Cleaner
- Glary Utilities
- Advanced System Care
I regularly use CCleaner but in case I need more cleaning, I go for Wise Cleaner. Many years ago, we have a PC running on XP that takes 30+ minutes to shut down, I used Wise Cleaner specifically the registry defrag, after that it shuts down in under a minute.
The registry cleaner used to have some issues with false positives. However, I reported the issues with IObit a few years ago and they updated ASC to fix the issues. As a result the registry cleaner should no longer have any issues with false positives, making it safe to use. However, I would advise against enabling Deep Clean, as this has the potential to cause issues. This is only available in the Pro version and is disabled by default.i guess the registry cleaner caused your windows to get corrupt from iobit? as that is what happen to me many times when i tested it
That is a great description, I have to remember that one. Junk for one is a treasure for another.When cleaning within the necessary minimum range
It is said that
'there is still much room for cleaning.'
After cleaning thoroughly
'Please do not throw out what you need!' Is pointed out.
I mean go into settings of each program and deselect the "load with windows" box to stop it automatically running at startup,then check with e.g. Comodo autoruns analyser that nothing from these programs is set to run automatically.What does this mean? Prticularly "killswitches autoruns analyser.". TY