Jump to content
IObit Forum
Top Free Driver Updater Tools Best 25 PC Optimization Software Best 22 Antimalware Best 22 Uninstaller Software IObit Coupons & Discount Offers PC Optimizer Mac Boost Advice IObit Coupons A Good Utility Program From IObit IObit Promo Codes IObit Coupon Codes IObit Coupons and Deals FAQs Driver Booster Pro Review

Turbo Boost Concerns


Recommended Posts

Hi everyone,


After installing Advanced System Care Free v4.1.0, I ran the quick care option, making sure to only delete registry issues that were medium-no risk, and then the Turbo Boost option. Before running Turbo Boost, I was sure to configure it so that I only selected the processes I wanted to disable. However, after reading some forums online, I found that alot of people experienced issues with their system after running turbo boost, because of it terminating background processes that were essential to the pc. I am just concerned that I have not just created said issues for myself. Feedback would be greatly appreaciated.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Oops, I'm using version-5 of ASC.

I no longer have version 4 on this computer and I can't remember where the 'restore' button was in 4 ?

But I think you just click the 'On' status button, changing it to 'Off', and that restored everything?

Maybe someone else, still using 4, can help with that?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I have one other question concerning safe optimization. It is somewhat unrelated to the title of this thread, but I figure it relates to the same issue, so here goes. Under Deep Care, there is a subsection called "system optimization". After doing a scan of this, I found a few things that seemed questionable to disable. Attached is a picture of the actions ASC is asking me to execute, I am just looking for someone to confirm if it is safe to perform these actions.



Link to comment
Share on other sites

I did not think any Windows Services that are set to 'Manual' would slow down the computer, but I could be wrong?

(since they are only used when needed, when in Manual mode)

If you are Not on a local Network, then I think it would be okay to disable them though.


The 2 System Config items are probably not needed but I don't think I would disable those,

since they could be needed someday.


I would keep a copy of all changes made, just in case you need to reset them, using services.msc program.

Link to comment
Share on other sites


This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

  • Create New...