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Help me find something similar to auslogics boostspeed

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#1 LikeAboss


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Posted 11 July 2016 - 12:23 PM

I need a programm that is like auslogics boostspeed(I need its cleaning and boostspeeding components mostly)
Either a similar programm that is free, or a key for auslogics boostspeed

Edited by hamluis, 11 July 2016 - 03:20 PM.
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Posted 11 July 2016 - 12:40 PM

I do not want to suggest to use such a dubious thing. It is still very dangerous. I would say - very dangerous malware.

But I will send you your key. I have it running, even though I do not dare to use such a thing. This is really dangerous.

Watch your inbox.

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Posted 11 July 2016 - 02:12 PM

Never heard of that before so I can't really touch on that program. If you're wanting to do a tune up on your computer download and run


  1. Cleanup 4.5.2 - deletes all of your temporary files and junk
  2. CCleaner - clears up your browser, application, and explorer junk. Also has the ability to clean registry (backup first)

What exactly are you trying to accomplish?

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Posted 11 July 2016 - 02:58 PM

"PC Booster/Tune Up" programs are part of the worst programs you can install on a system. When it comes to messing up your system (Windows), these are as worst as malware. They are completely worthless and useless to use. The worst is that they'll often take action on your system without you knowing, nor authorizing it, which could lead to your system being altered in a way you don't want it to be or even worst, a "broke" system. Every feature they provide, you can either do it natively under Windows, do it via another standalone executable (which is way easier and safer to use) or they aren't providing something you need. Here's a few examples:
  • Cleaning temporary files: TFC (standalone executable), CCleaner (installed), Cleanmgr.exe (built-in);
  • Managing start-up entries: Autoruns (standalone executable), CCleaner (installed), Task Manager and Registry Editor (built-in);
  • Driver Updater: Not needed, all you need is to go on your manufacturer website so you'll be sure to get the right, official, working drivers for your computer or hardware;
  • Registry Cleaner/Defragger: Completely useless and also dangerous;
  • Disk Defragging: Disk Defrag (built-in), O&O Disk Defrag (installed), Defraggler (installed);
  • Powerful uninstaller: Not needed, only needed when you have to make sure a program is completely uninstalled. Revo Uninstaller and GeekUninstaller are two good alternatives;
  • "Enhanced" Task Manager: ProcExp from Sysinternals Suite (standalone executable), Process Hacker (portable or installed);
  • "Active security": Any Antivirus and Antimalware can beat that, easily. These programs aren't made to replace Antivirus or Antimalware products and shouldn't be seen as such;
  • Repair bad sectors on a hard drive: Simple chkdsk /r command under Windows (built-in);
Having such program installing on your system will just bloat it down and you have more chances to have issues by using them than without. These products are advertised as a program that can solve all your issues, remove every malware, speed up your computer performance over 100%, etc. The truth is that there's not a single program that can do that. First of all, these programs aren't made to remove virus and malware, leave this in the hands of Antivirus and Antimalware, period. Secondly, there's so many kind of issues under Windows that there's not a single program that can address them all. If you think that BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) issues can be solved by opening a program and clicking on a "Fix" button, then I'm sorry to tell you but, you're wrong. Also, you cannot boost the performance of a hardware over it's hardware capabilities. Of course you can overclock some components, like your CPU, RAM and GPU, but these aren't done via these programs, but via your BIOS interface. I could recommend you a program for every feature these programs advertise, and also tell you exactly in detail why most of them are completely useless, such as Registry cleaner (dangerous to use), and driver updater (dangerous to use, and also completely useless, it'll not improve your system performance). In the end, buying such programs is the exact same as being scammed (because this is what it is, a pure scam) and using one of these programs will result you in having a system less performant than prior to using it.

Relevant articles if you want to read more about PC Boosters/Optimizers and why they are useless:

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Posted 11 July 2016 - 03:33 PM

Why do you wont a program that will destroy your computer ?




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Posted 11 July 2016 - 07:16 PM



or a key for auslogics boostspeed



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I would remind you of the above.


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Posted 12 July 2016 - 11:15 AM

But I will send you your key. Watch your inbox.

Using the rule quoted by Chris Cosgrove, it is also against the rules to give a program key to someone who wants to avoid paying for the program.

Why would you send a key to what you label a "dangerous" program and "malware"?
Totally irresponsible on your part.

Edited by Queen-Evie, 12 July 2016 - 11:39 AM.



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Posted 12 July 2016 - 02:33 PM

Why do you wont a program that will destroy your computer ?

So Auslogics can fix it! LOL

Yea don't bother with snake oil programs.

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