Could be.. What I'd liked most about the earlier version I'd had was it generous use of text, as opposed to the use of ubiquitous icons. I felt that I knew what was being done, why, and the result, dummy though I am ;-))
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, waltmatheus <no_reply@...> wrote:
> About a year and a half ago I stopped using any iobit software. At that time there was a great deal of controversy about iobit's pirating from other software companies. I found other companies, not immersed in a pirating controversy, that offer similar tools.
> If you are dissatisfied with ASC, maybe the free version of WinUtilities would be more to your liking.
> Or, the free Glary Utilities
> Or, you can get a free copy of TuneUp Utilities 2010
> I guess they are hoping that users will decide to get the newer 2011 version after trying the free 2010 version.
> --- In email@example.com, "fggybttm" <fggybttm@> wrote:
> > About two/three months ago, I'd downloaded Advanced System Care, kindly recommended by Joan in Reno, and once I was alert enough to uncheck history'(to be removed), loved it.
> > This week, I'd downloaded, following a forced reinstall, a(nother) free
> > Advanced System Care, except it doesn't look like the one I'd had before, nor do I like it nearly as well ;-)
> > With the earlier download, one could tell what was going on, what choices there were, where in the process the computer/whatever was, used specific words, choices, instead of ubiquitous icons, etc, etc, etc!!.
> > If someone is still using that earlier version, would it be possible to share, borrow, or copy it? ;-)))
> > FB