BoostSpeed 6.5.6 era disponibile come app gratuita il 23 luglio 2014!
BoostSpeed è il modo più semplice per riparare, pulire e velocizzare il PC. Valutato con 5 stelle da CNET, è una delle soluzioni all-in-one per la manutenzione del PC più efficaci.
BoostSpeed esegue una scansione del computer per individuare i problemi che possono essere responsabili del suo rallentamento e fornisce un modo sicuro per ripristinare le prestazioni originali del PC. Con un semplice click è possibile eliminare i file spazzatura dal disco, riparare il Registro di sistema, ottimizzare le impostazioni della connessione Internet e deframmentare l'hard disk.
Nota: la licenza del programma è valida per un anno
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8; 300 MHz Processor; 256 MB RAM; 50 MB HDD
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Commenti su BoostSpeed 6.5.6
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Caro Luciano, la tua domanda è assolutamente giusta, ma per quanto mi riguarda, ogni volta che scrivevo un commento positivo o negativo usando tutta l'educazione possibile e specificando che era soltanto un parere personale, trovavo un bimbominkia che faceva battute da prima elementare o chi manifestava il suo dissenso in maniera maleducata. Quindi anche se non si dovrebbe dare importanza a queste cose, ti confesso che ne rimanevo infastidito. Sarà perchè sono personaggi che purtroppo non puoi avere sottomano al momento :)
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Io lo uso da anni e senza problemi.Peccato non sia in italiano.
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Ma non c'e' piu' nessuno che scrive qualche commento ???
Che fine avete fatto ???
Il programma e' ottimo e fa quello che dice.
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Licenza valida un anno..
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Questo e' un OTTIMO programma. L´ho usato in versione "trial" circa 1 o 2 anni fa e ricordo che lamentai molto il termine del periodo di prova. Lo consiglio a tutti MA ATTENZIONE A NON FIDARSI MAI DELLE IMPOSTAZIONI PRECARICATE E RICONTROLLARE SEMBRE TUTTO BENE PRIMA DI FARE DELLE MODIFICHE al proprio pc.
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1 Pro 64 bit system.
AUSlogics is an AUStralian company with address:
It is a fast-growing privately owned company located in Sydney, Australia. Our team is composed of bright, driven and passionate people working hard to provide you with the best computer maintenance tools.
I use some Auslogic tools since long time. This one I have never used.
the program will clean up, speed up and repair your system to make it run as fast and stable as new.
Upon start a small not resizable window opens with a modern interface. The program asks for update and updates without problems and tells me, that there will be the next update tomorrow. So fast changing basics???
Down on the right side, the program says, that the subscription expires in 352 days. Not really ONE year.
The programs starts to scan the computer and : RED!RED!RED! alert.
It finds, that some 80 Mbyte of disk space can be freed (log and temporary files), that 137 issues give a "severe" impact on the computer speed, and that 74 issues are impacting the system stability.
I took a look at the severe issues.
- impact of computer speed...
from the 137 issues 115 are registry issues and these 115 are all file extensions. (explorer opens with...) hmmm...
18 are internet speed issues for the Iexplorer, which I do not use as browser and the Firefox - Keep alive Timeout or request buffer size. Okay this can be discussed.
- impact of system stability ...
8 are invalid help file related entries, 18 are missing uninstaller and the remaing 48 "system errors" are firewall related rules, which are handled by my firewall in a IMHO perfect way.
No, non of these "severe impact issues" have any influence on the system stability.
Then there is a memory & CPU optimization, which I do not need with about 5% CPU usage and 20% of memory usage - including my RAMdisk.
The Statistics shows that is has saved 6 seconds. 3 seconds by CPU optimization and 3 seconds my memory optimization - and it tells me in the same window : more barbecue with my friends per year and more hour of intense gaming per year !!! it should be funny, but it isn't. DEAR AUSLOGICS; PLEASE CANCEL SUCH NONSENSE, IT SPOILS YOUR SOFTWARE!
Well, if you believe in boosting computer speed, without changing processor, main board, memory and disks, then you can take this. I would be happy to learn, in which way I have improved my speed (6 seconds for more barbecue time).
One of the many "we make your computer faster than ever and behave like brand new". Some call it snake oil - and a lot of serious people swear that snake oil helps. Really!
I belong to the others. Uninstalled via reboot.
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I used to be mad for utility packages. Whenever I saw something new I had to try it. Over time I found this was not doing me or my computer any good. I have an old XP2 system but I still want to keep it running right. I shy away from these one click solutions as most have no effect on my system at best to making program stop working or worse, my system not to boot up. Thank goodness I keep an updated image of my hard drive handy.
Here is Download.com's review and some user comments. You may find them interesting...
What I don't find interesting is this....
Please note: the program license is valid for one year
I can understand an antivirus program or an anti malware program that need daily updates charging a yearly fee. But why for a program like this? Why the need for a yearly license?
As alway, thank you GOTD team for all of your efforts.
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At the end of the 12 month license period, what happens to the program? Does it stop working completely or does it become the crippled freeware version?
And thanks to GOTD for telling us that this is a 12 month subscription. Auslogics themselves don't mention this rather important fact on their product page. You only find out when you go to place an order. Then if you decide you don't want BoostSpeed and close the page you get a pop-up asking if you really want to close it, and offering you a 30% discount. Sorry Auslogics, but this all seems a bit underhanded to me.
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Usually I don't use SHAREWARE products to speedup my PC, but this GAOTD comes from Auslogics and, in my view, it's absolutely one of the best PC Tune Up utilities on the market right now.
So my advice is to forget moaners here and download and install it before this offer is over, even though there are tons of alternative tools out there which can do the same job for FREE, namely improve the overall performance of your PC in about every area of it!
As best FREE ALTERNATIVES I suggest the following ones:
http://www.toolwiz.com/products/toolwiz-care (==> My Personal First Choice)
To defragment the HD, try this FREE and PORTABLE GEM:
And to clean and defragment the REGISTRY of your Windows machine like a PRO:
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Monitored BoostSpeed install, update, & most of the proposed fixes in my XP Mode VM. I have to say that for its intended market, whom I assume are very casual or less techie users, it's not bad at all. I'd almost recommend it to my wife & oldest son, but I know they wouldn't bother -- they've got me & my 2nd son to handle anything maintenance related, regardless how much we look forward to that sort of thing [which is not a whole lot needless to say].
When you 1st start the program it shows that it needs updated -- it basically adjusts its settings to your PC. There are 4 tabs up top, with a sort of toolbar across the bottom. About the only thing I can imagine that would make it easier to use would be pop-up tabs telling you more about what each section across the bottom does, e.g. Disk Space looks for & deletes left over temporary files & empties the browser cache. You can set options on what to look for during each type of scan, & drill down to see exactly what it finds & proposes fixing. What it does find seems on the less aggressive side of things, though I'd still recommend a backup before anyone started deleting anything.
The Live Protect tab shows the software's CPU & Memory optimization, & also lets you turn those features of very debatable worth on/off. From the System Tools tab, on the far right of the toolbar you'll see All Tools -- here there's quite a few separate utilities, some potentially fairly useful, along with some where the main benefit is not having to figure out where or how to get to the Windows dialogs they mimic.
My overall impression is that BoostSpeed wants to pat you on the back, wants to make you feel good about the fact that you took the time & effort to use it. Whether that's just another marketing angle, or would actually encourage someone to better maintain Windows is up to you.
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#3: "One of the many “we make your computer faster than ever and behave like brand new”. Some call it snake oil – and a lot of serious people swear that snake oil helps."
I think if this sort of software helps, or how much it can help, depends on the state of the PC or laptop.
Many years ago I used to manage auto shops -- to some people as long as they could get their car or truck started everything was fine. We might see them when they could no longer start their vehicle, and by then it was a terrible mess. Sometimes it seemed the only thing still working properly was the cigarette lighter, because they didn't smoke. Sometimes we'd get yelled at for breaking the air conditioning -- the mechanic had turned it off & forgotten to push the button in on the dash, turning it back on. If we had disconnected the battery, sometimes we had to tune their radio for them -- hard when they had no idea what station they had had it tuned to. Many people are that way with PCs.
It's not that they're stupid -- there are just things that they don't know about, or maybe don't care too much about, &/or maybe can't grasp intellectually. Many people's lives are so busy they don't, have never had the time. At least that's my guess, since I've found it hard to think the same way when I try to understand. They may not ever do any maintenance with Windows or their PC. Microsoft &/or their MVPs often suggest re-installing Windows -- it's easier for them to say that rather than to try diagnosing a problem, and it may be safer, or at least more practical, than advising things Windows users should do for maintenance.
If someone isn't going to clean out at least some of the accumulated garbage in Windows, they're probably not going to heed that advise & reinstall everything, but they might run a program like BoostSpeed. And maybe doing that is better than not doing anything at all?
Now some people don't like apps like BoostSpeed because they don't, can't do anything you couldn't already do yourself. In that respect I look at it as the same thing as paying some kid to cut your lawn or shovel the snow in your driveway. Some people don't like this sort of software because the companies selling it can never resist the temptation to make dubious claims & generally pump up the volume of pure hype. Who knows, maybe some of their customers aren't satisfied unless a company constantly tells them how smart they are to choose that product?
There is no denying that there are companies selling similar software &/or services, often with an anti-malware component, that many think should not just be shut down, but the people running it should be put in jail. But it's like that with any sort of product -- there are many who'd like to see some GM execs do serious prison time over past ignition switch problems. Auslogics so far has a solid reputation.
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#21: "It’s generally not a good idea to let some program go tooling around in the Windows registry unless you know how to fix it if the program breaks it. Some program(s), or even Windows itself, could be severely crippled by an incorrect or ill-advised registry setting."
You're very correct, but it's not just tune-up software you need to be wary of. Over the years I've had all sorts of software, much of it from big brands, muck up Windows. I've had drivers that once installed broke Windows so it wouldn't even run. Microsoft software, including Windows itself, was sometimes the culprit. IMHO it's critical to have a reasonably current image backup of the Windows partition that you can easy restore. It also can help, sometimes quite a lot, to use virtualization software whenever you install or update anything like Karl does.
I got lazy the other day & didn't fire up my virtualization app, Time Freeze, before updating VirtualBox to the newer version -- I'd never had a problem before so I [stupidly] felt safe. On the bright side I've now got experience with Paragon's new backup format.
"In general, you’re not going to speed up your computer noticeably without either (1)installing newer, better programs that use system resources more efficiently, or (2) upgrading your RAM, CPU, Motherboard or switching from a spinning hard drive to an solid state hard drive. This is true no matter what claims to the contrary these programs’ publisher’s make... it’s nothing that’s going to make you slap your face and say, “Wow! My computer is SO much faster now!” That’s just not going to happen."
But that's making the assumption that all is well, which in your case is probably true. There's also a placebo effect -- no one likes to waste time &/or money or to have regrets, so we hope for results, & are inclined not just to see them, but to exaggerate their importance. That's not to say placebo effects are bad necessarily -- a positive experience is a positive experience, whether someone else feels it's well justified or not.
" if you genuinely believe a program like this is going to extend your time for barbecues and gaming, then you have been sold a bill of goods, simple as that. "
I'm sure that from your perspective that's probably very true. I could also see someone with no knowledge or experience beyond starting Windows & playing a game or browsing the web facing the consequences of neglecting Windows housekeeping entirely. Plus software's gotten more demanding & their PC isn't getting any newer, so any inefficiency might have out-sized effects. *IF* [and I'm stressing IF] BoostSpeed makes an improvement, maybe it's saved that person from 1st learning how, & then performing that Window's housekeeping, or maybe it's saved them from re-installing Windows & their software.
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