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|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-17-2014 12:07 PM|
|itismyskill||How does this compare the FREE Iobit Advanced Systemcare BETA 8 which is FREE|
|10-17-2014 11:53 AM|
thanks, updated mine from 2 to 5. forgot i even had this on this laptop.
|10-14-2014 12:28 PM|
bump on old thread...
Installed the "slim" build version; used the activate credentials to activate and then upgraded to GU5 and still had PRO activation!
|12-11-2013 01:32 PM|
|serra||hi, don't troll here please|
|12-11-2013 01:17 PM|
Still works with 4.0...my go to place to download it fast is here http://download.cnet.c
Add The Free Malwarebytes pro from here: http://slickdeals.net/f/6543392-malwarebytes-pro-free-limited-time-24-hours-no-payment-info-no-rebate-lifetime-license-ymmv
Along with the always FREE Microsoft Security Essentials antivirus: http://www.microsoft.c
Install all 3 of these FREE programs, set them up and your computer will be protected for FREE!!!!
|10-01-2013 07:56 AM|
that being said, I've had the free version of glary for several years and have had no issues with it. I've installed it on a few machines and always uncheck all the extra crap (as I do with all software) before installing. I will say that I use it less and less, as I've found other alternatives that I like better. But I don't think its a harbinger of doom.
|10-01-2013 06:42 AM|
|dkollander||This still works even with the newest version of Glary Utilities.|
|03-29-2013 09:49 PM|
|superdeal||Thanks for the interesting discussion - after reading the comments, I uninstalled mine!|
|03-26-2013 10:01 AM|
|03-23-2013 07:15 AM|
|03-21-2013 08:01 PM|
|cpnfantstk||Glary Utilities have been around for years and have been highly recommended as well. I can understand the Hijack Restore tab in the IE assistant be a little worrisome to some but just don't use it and it won't change anything.|
|03-21-2013 07:33 PM|
BTW- I did not plan on writing the equivalent of a college masters thesis with my original post...if someone wants to install the program, more power to them...if a person doesn't want to install the program, more power to them as well...
|03-21-2013 03:28 PM|
I installed this program for years. Never have isearch hijacked my computer. I checked the hijack tab. Zilch. Nothing. And I am using the standard version.
Guess I unclicked so it didn't install it.
|03-21-2013 02:41 PM|
I've given up helping to clean the computers of friends because they never take the time to learn about Windows or their computers. I know people who've been sitting in front of a computer for years and have absolutely no knowlede of directory/file structure or what the Windows Exlplorer is for. Others can't even copy and paste or figure out how to open a clean text file in Notepad.
There are quite a few great free utilities that come to mind that can do much of what these suites can do. The Sysinternals Suite and Nirsoft's collection are two that come to mind. The Nirsoft launcher can even combine the two in one clean menu that has space for Piriform's programs like CCleaner. However, would you trust the average user to play around with this stuff on their own?
I don't think a good AV program and a firewall is enough security for anybody, let alone an inexperienced user. Something always sneaks through and unless you check your task manager as wells as Sysinternals Process Explorer and Autoruns (or the simpler MSconfig) on a regular basis, you can never be sure what's really going on with your processes and services.
|03-21-2013 01:52 PM|
|hilaryshotlips||double post - please delete|
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