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Philip1749

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  • Birthday 11/17/1949

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    AVG 2012
    Zone Alarm
    Advanced System Care 5
    Smart Defrag 2
    Dell Inspiron 1501 Laptop

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  1. I've been using Advanced System Care 14 RC (the beta version) for several days now, and I love it. I had no problem downloading and installing. My operating system is Windows 10 Home Edition Version 2004. I have encountered no problems with using it at all. And I've checked out all of the functions. I also would like to know when the official version will be released to the general public. Does anyone know? Is there any official word on that from IObit?
  2. Cicely, the boot up time monitor problems seems to have been corrected in Advanced System Care 13 RC, which I downloaded, installed and began using yesterday. I believe the engineers had to create an electronic "patch" in order to compensate for my HP laptop computer having a solid state drive (SSD). Thank you for all of your diligence and attention to my Boot Time Monitor problem over the past several months. I will always be grateful to you for that. Philip A. Normandin San Diego, California United States of America
  3. The Boot Time Monitor in earlier versions of Advanced System Care has not been measuring boot up time accurately. This is the case with newer PC's that feature a Solid State Drive (SSD). I have an HP laptop with an Solid State Drive, and the boot up time as measured by earlier versions of Advanced System Care fluctuates wildly on a cold startup. The earlier versions only seem to measure boot up time accurately when you perform a restart of the operating system. Has this bug been corrected in Advanced System Care 13?
  4. Cicely, has any progress been made on the boot time monitor glitch I reported back on January 8th? I did send the results of the test demo as a zip file to "tickets@iobit.com" as you had instructed me to do. The thing that seemed most strange was the difference in the boot time of a cold start up of the computer operating system versus the boot time when doing a computer operating system restart.
  5. Cicely, I have downloaded and run the http://testdemo.iobit.com/InfoHelper.exe file on my computer. Can you provide the e-mail address I should send the zip file containing the test results to? Thank you.
  6. I might add that if I do a re-start on my laptop computer as opposed to a cold startup, the boot time is considerably shortened...to as little as 29 seconds. But on a cold startup, it can be as long as 3 minutes and 15 seconds, as computed and displayed in the boot time monitor. I can see no reason for why there should be such a huge difference in the boot time computations by Advanced System Care 12 in terms of a cold startup versus a restart after the computer operating system (Windows 10 Home Edition) is already up and running.
  7. I've recently purchased a new HP laptop with a solid state drive. It boots with lightning speed. I'm also using Advanced System Care 12 (free version). When the boot time displays in the lower-right hand corner of my desktop, it gives absurd readings, such as "3 minutes 12 seconds". With my old laptop which had an atom processor and was incredibly slow in loading the operating system at startup, the read was always around 42 seconds. It hardly ever varied. And I was using Advanced System Care 12 then too. As I stated, this new laptop computer I now have is displaying a boot time of anywhere from 1 minute and 30 seconds to 3 minutes and 12 seconds. and yet because of the Intel i3 processor and the solid state drive, the operating system which is Windows 10 loads incredibly faster than my old laptop did. It literally loads in seconds! I've tried disabling lots of services and items in the startup menu, but it has no effect. Can anyone offer a suggestion as to why this is happening, and what I can do about it? I like using the boot time monitor feature in Advanced System Care. But this seems ridiculous to me.
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