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  • Post your suggestion, bug report here

    If you have any suggestion or want to report bug to us, please have no hesitate to post it here. But DO NOT SPAM.
    IObit Development Team

  • #2
    Would it be possible to include an option to synchronize the computer's time with an Internet Time Server as part of AWC's service?
    The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I may belong to.

    73 de Simon, VK3XEM.

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    • #3
      It seems that WindowsXP has this feature you wanted.
      IObit Development Team

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tim Xue
        It seems that WindowsXP has this feature you wanted.
        Yes Tim, it is hidden away in WindowsXP. I would have liked to have it included in part of IObit's one click feature to make it easy to do. Thanks.
        The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I may belong to.

        73 de Simon, VK3XEM.

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        • #5
          A lot of suggestions!

          1- Automatically make backups of all changes made. This should be different from Windows restore points (which I often delete), app specific and divided in the different modules to allow better control in case of a rollback (like TuneUp Rescue Center utility).
          2- Option to autorun the memory cleaner at startup and keep it monitoring the available memory in the systray.
          3- Display the specific icons for each app in the Software Uninstaller app (much like the Windows built in function).
          4- Ability to hide/show the system updates in the Software Uninstaller app (maybe with a checkbox... again like the Windows built in function).
          5- Change the way the startup manager works. I noticed that it only scans for startup entries the first time (and it takes a lot compared to Mike Lin's Startup.cpl 2.8 ). Recheck startup entries on user prompt (refresh).
          6- Individual startup manager exe... Maybe it would make the loading faster...
          7- Make the startup manager able to create new startup entries.
          8- Custom wizard for optimizing internet settings based on the used connection (this is what I love in TuneUp Utilities! I know it's only a trial but I only need to do it once per clean system install).
          9- Custom wizard for optimizing computer performance/look and the relation of both based on the computer use or user taste (ditto).
          10- The memory cleaner taskbar icon could be very small realtime monitors for ram and cpu (two small bars of different colors maybe with numbers over if it's not too cluttered).
          11- Maybe some new tools:
          a) Advanced and intuitive Windows settings editor (something more powerfull than the Powertoy TweakUI 2.1 and more intuitive than FreshUI).
          b) Right click menu editor/cleaner (maybe built into point a). Some apps leave stuff behind after uninstall.
          c) "Open with..." menu editor (maybe built into point a). Apps leave stuff behind after uninstall, double entries of apps...
          d) Show/hide/delete the icons that show in the cpl (like TweakUI 2.1... maybe built into point a).
          e) Icon cache reload/rebuild to correct display of wrong icons (like TweakUI 2.1).
          f) Advanced autorun handler editor (something more powerfull than the Powertoy TweakUI 2.1... like Autoplay Repair 2.1).
          g) Registry defrag tool (something in the line of NTREGOPT... the ERUNT functions are also sweet...).
          h) Cleartype tuner

          I'm a sucker for system app suites... I think these would be a major boost for AWC. What do you think?

          Hope it also becomes lighter on the system... My P4 at 2.8 with 512 MB of RAM lags a lot while this program runs...

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          • #6
            could administrator run AWC on limited user account?

            1.We have 2 administrator and 1 limited user account on xp. As the program is now, there is no way to run AWC on the limited user account.Is there a way it could be set up so the adminitrator could run AWC on the limited user account?
            2. If AWC is run on administrator account, is the spyware defense still active when running a limited user account?

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            • #7
              Sorry, you can't. You can only run it under administrator account. Because if you want to do some "Repair", AWC can't access your computer with limited account.
              IObit Development Team

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              • #8
                is defense siill active in limited user

                Yes, but is the spyware defense active when running a limited user?
                And does it clean temporary files from limited user profile if you run it as an administratr user?

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                • #9
                  It only effects current user. Under a limited user, AWC can only access to the Current_User reg key but not Local_Machine reg key. So many features can't work in limited account. That's the reason why we disable it in limited account.
                  IObit Development Team

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                  • #10
                    problem after upgrade

                    We are running XP and upgraded from AWC personal to Pro. We have two administrator accounts on the computer. AWC personal worked fine on both admin. accounts. With the upgrade, it runs fine on one user, but on the other user account there are some problems. The "Liscenced To" still reads"trial" and the "Details" window that shows Operating system, Processor Info, ect. all read "Unknown". If you click the "Details" button it shows "Exception EStringList Error in module AWC Info. dll at 0000E7F1. Attatched is only thing in bug reporting. Any fixes?
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                    • #11
                      OK. I will try to check it out.
                      IObit Development Team

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                      • #12
                        cannot disable auto update

                        Running AWC Pro 2.3.0.738 on Windows 2000 with dial-up connection. After booting up, the program wants to connect to internet (to update?).
                        I would rather update manually with dial-up connection, so I un-ticked the auto update fucntions in settings. After re-booting the connection window for auto update still pops up, yet the program shows it is disabled. Any fix for this?

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                        • #13
                          Please try to disable the setting "Check program and database update on program startup". If the problem is resolved, please let me know. Thanks.
                          IObit Development Team

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                          • #14
                            auto update

                            Hi Tim,
                            Already tried that. Auto update still wants to connect to the internet after booting up.

                            samr.

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                            • #15
                              OK. I will check it out in soon.
                              IObit Development Team

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