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Advanced SystemCare 5 Beta 3.0 is Released!!! [UPDATED to build 1025]


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http://forums.iobit.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=8519&stc=1 Advanced SystemCare 5 Beta 3.0 (build 1025) is released. (Updated)


... http://forums.iobit.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=6499&d=1292462110

from MajorGeeks (asc5-setup.exe ( size: 28505 KB)(October 25, 2011) (build 1025)

Application File: ASC.exe (4641 KB) Application File version: (



Please note that this setup file for ASC5 will uninstall ASC4 and run as FREE. [And convert your existing Pro license code if you have one and run ASC5 as PRO.]


Please also read THIS post from Cicely.




+ Added initial support for Windows 8

+ Added support for Firefox 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 Beta1, Google Chrome 15.0 Beta, 16.0 Beta

+ Added support for Flash Player (Non-IE) 11.0 and Flash Player (IE) 11.0, Thunderbird 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 Beta1, AntiVir Personal 12.0, TeamSpeak 3.0,AVG Free Edition 2012, KMPlayer 3.0, MediaMonkey 4.0

+ Improved Turbo Boost module

+ Improved ActiveBoost module

+ Improved tools in "ToolBox"

+ Improved UI

+ Updated "IObit Uninstaller 2.0"

+ Updated language files

* Fixed general bugs



This is a Beta version and we do not recommend general users downloading it, as it may harm your system.




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I have two basically identical Dell 570MTs running Windows 7 SP1 x64. In ASC Pro setup Junk Files Clean one of the computers shows an option to clean "Search Assistant Autocomplete" and other does not. Both computers have IE9. Any idea why the difference?


Thanks for the update

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'Search Assistant' is an Optional function, so it must be enabled in one computer?

It was used in IE-7 & 8, but don't think IE-9 needs it?

So if both computers have IE-9, SA should Not be in 'junk-file' program settings?

Which might be a Registry error created when upgrading to IE-9?


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The difference could be because I did not buy the two computers at the same time. Even though they are the same model and both came with Windows 7 as I recall before SP1 and had different software, bloatware on them.


In any case it is no big deal.


Thanks for the reply.

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