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Driver Booster Pro 2.1 Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — Driver Booster Pro 2.1

Driver Booster Pro is a powerful and easy-to-use driver updating tool, which can analyze outdated drivers quickly, and install the right drivers for various Windows PCs with just ONE click.
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Driver Booster Pro 2.1 estaba como Giveaway el día n 14 de enero de 2015

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Un creador de presentaciones de diapositivas con fotos, videos, y archivos de audio.

Booster Driver Pro es una herramienta de actualización de los controladores: potente y fácil de usar, que puede analizar controladores anticuados rápidamente, e instalar los controladores adecuados para varios PCs de Windows con un solo click. La base de datos en línea recientemente adoptada siempre se asegura de que los usuarios pueden encontrar los controladores más recientes.

Su Centro de Rescate soporta la restauración del sistema y una copia de seguridad de los controladores para hacer frente a cualquier imprevisto. Por otra parte, fue especialmente diseñado para modificar controladores para el máximo rendimiento de los juego. Es una herramienta confiable para mantener tus controladores al día y proteger tu PC de errores de hardware, conflictos y caídas del sistema.

Nota: Este programa incluye una licencia de suscripción por 6 meses


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Requerimientos del Sistema:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1; 1 GHz processor or faster; 512 MB of RAM memory; 50 MB of free hard drive space

Publicado por:

iObit

Página Oficial:

http://www.iobit.com/driver-booster-pro.php

Tamaño del Archivo:

19.2 MB

Precio:

$74.85

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#5

I would file this program under "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". Unless you have recently added hardware and for some reason a driver was not included I can't see a lot of reasons to mess with your drivers. If your system is running fine, be happy. Besides you only want to update your drivers from the company that made your hardware. Then on top of that, it's only a six months license? I'm not installing anything that is only good for six months. I would just have to uninstall it so why bother? I greatly appreciate the offer but I will pass.

dadams  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+218)
#4

Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system.

The installer wants to install additional software (advanced system care). You can deny it.

We had a previous version 1.5 on September 2, 2014 and on August 27, 2014. Here are the old reviews:
http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/driver-booster-pro-1-5/
http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/driver-booster-pro-1-5-rerun/

I'll test only two questions - which drivers from where. Read my old review.

As I wrote several times, I have a new installed system on a new computer. Installation date with the up-to-date Windows installer was about one month ago.

The program detects after a first scan
http://i.imgur.com/keAeJBb.png

"extremely old drivers"... Of course, they want to show, that it is a good thing to purchase the full version.

I "updated" and extremely old driver. Update failed:
http://i.imgur.com/mkIkD85.png

The software does not contact the original driver manufacturer.

If you use this tool, you should know, what you are doing. I prefer the updates from the official sites. (see my last comment)

Uninstalled via reboot. I don't have obsolete drivers in my brand new system.

Karl  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+159)
#3

Was reading recently that drivers were the biggest cause of the BSOD until Microsoft issued guidelines regarding their design, so be careful and make sure you get the correct ones from the correct source.

When first offered here October 2013 the price was less than $30 now it is just short of $75 and only yesterday I was reading about deflation.:-)

Think I'll give it a miss!

XP-Man  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+91)
#2

A move by increasingly anxious software developers into areas where they think there'll be more profitability was always on the cards: after all, there's only so much in the way of registry cleaners, computer optimizers, speed boosters, video converters and DVD rippers that can be flogged to an over-saturated market vigorously contested not only by rival developers but by freeware, too.

No surprise then that what were once low-profile software sectors are nowadays being mined for all they're worth in hope of getting all the gold out before that seam, too, is exhausted. Welcome, then, to The Land of DUM: "Driver Update Monitoring", today's current hot property and one which this particular developer would clearly wish to see turn molten.

But then, IObit has acquired an unenviable reputation for being the greediest software developer on the block. Not only did it pioneer the practice of selling software-to-rent (which is all you're doing when forking out for its ridiculous 12-month licenses) it's now ratcheting up its profit-seeking strategy so as to couple "giveaways" which are merely extended free trials with pricing that is wholly fictitious in order to finesse entirely imaginary discounts. Note, then, that today's 6-month free trial doesn't actually relate to any $75 product at all: a quick trip to the IObit home page shows a permanent (because yes, it is permanent)"reduction" to. . . $23.

On the basis of those selling tactics alone, any sensible computer owner would be not so much in the Land of DUM as the Land of Dumb to go anywhere near IObit: a developer who persists in pulling stunts as brazen as this really must think its prospective customers are complete idiots. Which therefore begs the question: if IObit has so little regard for prospective users, how much regard does it actually have for your computer? After all, you're going to entrust a very complex, highly individual piece of equipment to it. . .

I first encountered IObit's initial exploration of the profitability or otherwise of DUM thanks to GOTD back in October 2013:

http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/driver-booster-pro-1-0/#more-46732

Though that particular 6-month free trial of a mere 12-month shelf-life product was at least untouched by the current let's-triple-the-asking-price-and-then-discount-it, Driver Booster PRO simply didn't work. It mis-identified a number of drivers; failed to spot primary executables in several cases; didn't link me to manufacturer databases, and was massively dependent on driver version information which isn't always there in the file anyway -- a reality every computer user really ought to be aware of before they even think of "updating".

Nothing about the current product suggests it is any better. But then, nothing about this type of software, from any developer, suggests the existence of 100% infallibility -- yet that level of infallibility is exactly what's needed once you start messing around with elements as crucial as these are to the successful operation of your computer. Little wonder, then, that so many on here and elsewhere say: 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it', because blithely going ahead with the kind of one-click optimization -- ah, that dreaded one-click phenomenon again!!! -- which IObit is touting here is as likely to break as to fix if you're not computer savvy.

Yet again, then, software the accuracy of whose own performance is critical to a computer's performance looks most likely to land in the hands of the very people who shouldn't even think of using it: people who are ordinary computer owners, not geeks; people who actually get out a lot rather than spend time in techie forums on the Internet.

Thanks, then, GOTD, but no thanks. Aside from the sheer odiousness of this developer's practices -- software-you-rent instead of own; "giveaways" that aren't but merely free trials; fake "retail prices" designed to lure the unsuspecting into thinking they're getting a bargain when they see a discount -- the truth is that those who do know something about computers also know there are far better ways of keeping their computer up to date, whilst those who don't know should keep well clear.

As to IObit: though it's probably too late now to rescue your reputation from the accumulation of so much self-inflicted damage, you might at least make the attempt. IObit was, once upon a time, a name held in high regard, even if that time seems now to be so very long ago.

MikeR  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+70)
#1

I tried this the last giveaway and it said my audio drivers were out of date. I allowed it to update them and then my sound didn't work. I changed them back via system restore and the sound came back. I kept it installed but it kept booting at start, even changing the launch at start option. Windows 8's msconfig which is in the task manager couldn't stop it nor could WinPatrol so I uninstalled it. I won't try it again unless I read that it's vastly improved. The best premium driver update software I have owned via a giveaway was Driver Magician but it's pretty easy to do it myself so I never purchased after it expired.

SoftwareJunkie  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+65)

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