Give Your Valentine A Free Copy Of Advanced SystemCare PRO This Valentines Day Only [News]

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Advanced SystemCare PRO is developed and maintained by IObit. It has received high praise from its users, and even some major media outlets. If you looking for a great way to save a friend or loved one $19.95 for the cost of a one year licence, now is the time! All you need to do is click here on Valentines Day, and you will be good to go.

Source: IObit

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Anonymous

Sorry, currently our mail server is overloaded due to too many participants. The gift mail may not be delivered instantly but we will try our best to guarantee the delivery.
Guess I’ll try later…

Joshua Clarke

Same here….

Jakub

do not worry, they only write about overloading, but the mail comes with the license immediately

Mikemc63

Use any Linux Distro and you’ll never need anything like this. EVER!

Joeschmoe2008

I agree with others who stay away from Iobit products.  Promoting Iobit destroys the credibility of a web site.

Joeschmoe2008

So you recommend the same CNET that includes an adware wrapper with every download?  Or is that something else you have no clue about?  Iobit is not a trusted company.  Do some research before posting stories like this.  Or just stick to your gaming articles.

Angela Alcorn

I’m sorry, we were sent this news tip from a trusted source and I asked Dave to write it up quickly so that MakeUseOf readers could take advantage of the deal.

We checked out the product and it looked good, but obviously we failed to look deeply enough into Iobit itself, which was clearly a mistake.

Joeschmoe2008

Thank you for posting this.  I think most web sites would have just ignored user opinions.  Sorry if I came across a little harsh.  But Iobit (and its sister companies) have a bad reputation across the web. 

Angela Alcorn

(Can’t reply to the other comment, so replying here)

We’re not like other sites. We’re a bunch of regular people who actually worry about accidentally recommending something that isn’t as good as we thought. :)

By all means, tell us if we make mistakes! No offence will be taken.

Aibek

I second Angela’s comment

re: iObit and CNET
The company had some issues in the past but no more. They have released several new products
that managed to climb to the top in different software categories. As for the CNET’s downloader
the included Adware is OPTIONAL and anyone can easily bypassit by simply following
installation instructions.

Angela Alcorn

I’ve just written this elsewhere in the thread and thought I’d post it here too:

I’m sorry, we were sent this news tip from a trusted source and I asked
Dave to write it up quickly so that MakeUseOf readers could take
advantage of the deal.

We checked out the product and it looked good, but obviously we failed
to look deeply enough into Iobit itself, which was clearly a mistake.

Aibek

that’s happened a long time ago and they have apologized for it.
I would give them a second chance.

Joeschmoe2008

I do not recall Iobit ever apologizing for anything. ¬†Please post a reference or link to the Iobit apology. ¬†From what I remember Iobit actually denied having stolen from the Malwarebytes database. They also had their detection ability of malware drop dramatically after the Malwarebytes incident. ¬†I vaguely remember Iobit making some sort of response about the alleged theft but I don’t remember exactly what that was. ¬†
More importantly, is how does Iobit behave now. I am not a big believer that everyone deserves a second chance.  Once a thief, always a thief is more like it.

Aibek

my bad, I am not able to find the link other than the one that states that iObit removed all of Malwarebytes’ definitions from their database. Perhaps I was misinformed before… That being said, I have been using some of their newer products and found them pretty good.