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JainJude

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  1. I was over at a friend's house a couple years ago, and we were gonna play PC games, but then I noticed some weird stuff on his computer. Pop ups, malware, a s**tload of ads, and some more stuff. I told him about it and asked if I could fix his computer. Friend: Nah dude, it's fine, I have IObit, it's pretty good. Me: But it hasn't protected your computer at all. Friend: Alright, let's make a deal. If IObit doesn't find anything, you can fix my computer. So I let IObit scan the computer, and NOTHING came up. It was "safe" in IObit's eyes. After that, I installed Avast and Malwarebytes. I kid you not, they found over 10,000 pieces of malicious items. It turns out pretty much all their other computers have tons of malicious software on them. Their family owns a restaurant, and some of the employes stay at their house. They downloaded so much stuff, and it infected every computer in the home.
  2. It all started when I tried to fix a little issue with my computer which annoyed me for a long time but was never that big of a deal to fix it immediately. Today I decided that it was enough and I had to do something about it. The problem was that my computer automatically merged the front headphone jack with the speaker which is plugged in the back. I googled it and found a quick solution. Just change a specific registry key, and you are done. The author of this thread also added that you may have to uninstall the Realtek audio driver. Since it did not work after rebooting I decided to uninstall the driver but could not find it in the windows apps. That's when I decided to try an external uninstaller. From chip.de I downloaded the IOBit Uninstaller. It looked clean and had a 4.7 out of 5 stars rating.
  3. I was over at a friend's house a couple years ago, and we were gonna play PC games, but then I noticed some weird stuff on his computer. Pop ups, malware, a s**tload of ads, and some more stuff. I told him about it and asked if I could fix his computer. Friend: Nah dude, it's fine, I have IObit, it's pretty good. Me: But it hasn't protected your computer at all. Friend: Alright, let's make a deal. If IObit doesn't find anything, you can fix my computer. So I let IObit scan the computer, and NOTHING came up. It was "safe" in IObit's eyes. After that, I installed Avast and Malwarebytes. I kid you not, they found over 10,000 pieces of malicious items. It turns out pretty much all their other computers have tons of malicious software on them. Their family owns a restaurant, and some of the employes stay at their house. They downloaded so much stuff, and it infected every computer in the home
  4. and i have been using few of them on my other laptop. but now i have a new PC and i want it to stay fast and stuff. So i was wondering is it good to have their software running and taking care of my PC?vidmate mobdro word counter
  5. Hello, a few days ago I present a problem that I've been having for some time with my ASC PRO and users who responded could not help me so I'd like to if I wanted to know what options I have to contact IOBIT without counting the Support option of the page because as explained in my post which I will leave below does not work properly for me so I wanted to know if there was any phone number to call or an email from technical support to present my problem Mi original post with the original problem:
  6. The reference cards seem severely limited by the crappy reference cooler. We've also seen a few results with modded coolers and AIOs which suggest the cards have a lot of headroom and eventually close the gap to their competitors at a significantly lower price. I personally think it was a mistake to not release the Super cards with a price cut to begin with after AMD announced their price cuts. I also think it would be a mistake to not lower prices as reaction to 5700/XT partner cards. This would imo be also a forward thinking move, as RDNA looks promising and once they have it fully fleshed out instead of a hybrid it might actually be even more competitive.xvideos xnxx xxx What do you guys think about this?
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