Advanced SystemCare is a comprehensive PC care utility that takes a one-click approach to help protect, repair and optimize your computer. It provides an all-in-one and super convenient solution for PC maintenance and protection. This program is available free of charge.
This program is available free of charge.
Reviewing 188.8.131.527 (Dec 12, 2013)
Extremely dangerous- if you want to destroy your OS- install it.
Reviewing 184.108.40.2061 (Nov 14, 2013)
If you don't wan't to render your computer useless, DO NOT install/run this crap, I've had to repair 6 computers for people, who used this program, and got their registry ****ed up.
Reviewing 220.127.116.110 (Oct 30, 2013)
Unlike others I have not really had any problems with this program and it runs fine on Windows 2012 Servers as well as Windows 8.1. It is kinda hokey what twith smileys that are almost always frown - always when the OS starts. I would not run it in the background - it does not do much. However does no harm and I always install it.
Reviewing 7 Beta 4.0 (Oct 23, 2013)
Unfortunately, in my experience this cause to many problems to be of any use. I have tried various releases and all have been as bad.
Download for 18.104.22.168 is corrupted! Got it twice, got same "corrupt file" error from both copies.
I just ran Advanced SystemCare 22.214.171.1242, database 5/29/10. It cleaned out the entire non-system drive. Do not run this program if you do not have a recent backup
After using ASC PRO ( up to V.3.30), as well as many other "cleaner" programs, I find it to be a reliable program that can only be made better if its developers keep it from becoming tooooo big, and focus their attention on the basic need for good file and reg cleaning.
What users need to realize is that ASC, like any similar program, can be very destructive if you don't make a point to set it up according to your system needs, most important is choosing options and using the "ignore list' in order to avoid loosing unprotected files/reg entries.
This is often why people blame the program whenever something goes horribly wrong. I've had this argument many times with others that feel that the software should be non-destructive if you don't mess with the options menu, but that's simply impossible considering that all systems are basically unique as far as software/hardware configurations are concerned. The point is that if you find it too complex to set up then use a safer & less effective program. like that you won't have any major problems.
As a result, you have to do a bit of work in order to tweak any program that you need to work well for you.