Auslogics BoostSpeed 5.1 estaba como Giveaway el día n 15 de junio de 2011
El nuevo Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 es una herramienta de optimización para el mantenimiento de su equipo, que le proporciona todo lo necesario para mantener su PC funcionando rápidamente.
El programa repara su sistema y lo limpia con rapidez, ajusta la configuración de Windows a tu gusto y proteger su privacidad.
Windows 7/ 2008/ Vista/ 2003/ XP (x32 and x64); 50 MB HD required; 56 MB RAM required
$49.95 (Annual Subscription)
Auslogics' award-winning antivirus protection against all kinds of viruses, spyware, trojans and identity theft without slowing down your computer. This is one of the most comprehensive antiviruses and will provide you with the all-round protection of your files, e-mail and Internet traffic.
Emergency Recovery - an effective and simple to use program that will recover accidentally deleted files, or files deleted by virus attacks and software faults. Use it to restore a file back into the same directory it was deleted from or onto any accessible disk on your computer.
Keeping the registry as compact as possible means better computer performance. Auslogics Registry Defrag is fast becoming an essential tool in keeping your registry defragmented. As a result, the Registry becomes compact and small, greatly improving your computer performance.
Auslogics System Information provides comprehensive and easy to understand information about your system configuration. It will show hardware configuration, video card information, OS details, list of running processes, and other information. This information can be saved as a file and sent to technical support.
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The installation did not let me choose the directory to install the program. I thought I skipped it but I unistalled and reinstalled the program and realised it installs to the default Program Files in C Drive.
MY FIRST SYSTEM SCAN RESULTS:
Registry Errors: 329
Junk Files: 1000
Disk Errors: 0
Fragmented Disks: 0
> I used to just use CCleaner for cleaning up my registry.
CCleaner picked up 3 errors
Auslogic BoostSpeed picked up 329 errors. Nice suprise there.
> No fragmentation detected which was to be expected as I had done a defrag very recently.
> It lets you see a summary of the scan by generating a HTML report.
> Shows the total number of errors fixed and space freed since installing the program.
> It still said I had 10 errors still affecting my PC and Internet performance and suggested that I do another scan.
> This time 9 errors problems found, even though it said 10 but ok.
> Now it says all problems are found and fixed - Great.
> There is a system advisor tab that suggests other ways to speed up your computer. I clicked on 'Disable Autorun' by accident and I can't undo that action. :/
> There is a task manager included that has a nice interface. There are 4 panels that monitor CPU + Disks + Network + Memory. I've never seen that done before and I think that's quite creative.
> Additionally if you select a process running it will update the monitors to show how much CPU etc it is using in a yellow line.
> Rating - They provide a safety rating of some processes. THIS IS EXCELLENT. I can't tell you how many times I see a weird process like MOM.exe running and having to google if it's some malware that installed on my system or something that runs from a program that I installed myself.
> Another great thing I like is it tells you how bandwidth each service is using. I have a bandwidth monitor but it tells me nothing about what process is ACTUALLY using the bandwidth. Sometimes I would startup my PC and see something being downloaded at max speed and I don't know what it is, but now I should be able to. A nice feature to have.
> There's 9 tools in here. I'll just post the ones I saw interesting.
> DUPLICATE FINDER - OMG, THIS IS SO FREAKING FAST!
It used file checksums to check for duplicates and found over 230 duplicate files in just over 1 minute! I like how the same files are highlighted in an alternated way, so you can see them easier.
> FILE RECOVERY
It was very fast and was able to recovery some images that I had recently deleted - no problem.
> Can sort by type/date/size etc.
> Here you can adjust a lot of the system/security/appearance settings and it's all in one place. I needed to google steps on how to disable autorun but it can easily be found here.
> You can also tweak some other program settings in here such as Windows Live Messenger/Firefox/Skype/Internet Explorer
> There's also a feature that is auto enabled that backs up changes
SPEED UP INTERNET
> There is an auto and manual option which I like since I'm not too sure of what the settings mean in manual optimazation.
- Well Designed
- User Friendly
- LOTS of features that don't suck
The only downside I saw was the yearly subscription. Highly recommended.
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found an incredible 4000 plus errors in the registry while couple of minutes before auslogics registry cleaner cleaned the reg and found no errors.
started to work on the reg and then a blue screen of death (xp sp3)
uninstalled and thank you - but I will not try again to install.
Beside - the laptop is slower than before it started to clean up the files.
no thanks ...... not again
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A word of warning if you are running 64bit Windows.
Many Registry Cleaners report errors due to the complex nature of the 64 bit registry. It takes little effort to back-up before running any.
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Before trying ANY KIND of registry "optimization" software I strongly recommend that people makes a backup of their Windows registry.
For people using pre-Vista Windows then ERUNT is an excellent tool for registry backup and restore :
Erunt in newest version ought to work on 64 bit systems and MIGHT within certain conditions work on Windows Vista and 7 - for this please see the ERUNT FAQ : http://www.larshederer.homepage.t-online.de/erunt/faq.htm
For information on how to do "Windows 7 Registry Backup" please see : http://www.registrycleanergeeks.com/windows-7/registry-backup/
For information on "How to Backup the Registry in Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP" please see : http://windowsxp.mvps.org/registry.htm
As I comprehend it then "Auslogics BoostSpeed 5.1" is capeable og doing much more than just registry stuff. From my superficial investigation of the software , by reading its manual : http://www.auslogics.com/en/downloads/boost-speed/5/boostspeed5-manual-enu.pdf
but, without deep testing the program, I have not been able to evaluate if the program itself has built in enough undo/security measures to take care of undoing anything that the program may do to your system. However , the best "standard advice" , if you want to play around with system altering software, is to use an image based harddrive backup program (PARAGON Software Group , http://www.paragon-software.com , lets you have such software for free and sells better versions at nice prices) and then take a backup prior to the test of the system altering software, so a restore can be done by the backup program. Please copy any eventually altered personal content from the drive/partition before doing a restore by an image based harddrive backup program. (those of you who are not concerned with privacy can add to a drive image based backup strategy by aquiring a complimentary solution that will monitor selected folders and saving content,and changes, online.)
A really good tool for fixing registry, or other system problems, always ought to be able to undo any alterations made by the tool itself. However please note that even IF the tool has undo capeability itself then it might require you to understand how to use the tool and sometimes also require you yourself to make, or "check" mark that, a backup/undo/restore point is made before executing any actual system alterations.
Though fairly skilled and trying my best then any advice here is given AS IS and taken at your own responsebility.
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This program ran very fast when compared to Tune-up-Utilities and Advanced System Care.
Somehow I missed the options button during installation, the programme installed on a partition and in a language I did not wish, my mistake?
When I ran the programme and wanted to follow the optimization advice, several items could not be checked in their boxes.
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