Clearing Privacy History issues

Every day, I start the day, running Advanced System Care, then Glary Utilities, then WiseCare 365, then Auslogics Bootspeed 13, the I reboot and then run ASC again. I have been doing this now, daily, for over 3 years (updating as they are made public). 1st run of ASC... I find privacy issues and then delete them. With Glary's... I run (in Advanced) their "Erase history" under "Privacy" multiple times until I get "Zero" issues found (sometimes up to 15 times to get a zero response). Then I run WiseCare, multipl times (usually around 6 times (main page) and then Under "System Cleaner" I usually only run each section once... sometimes though I run the "Advanced Cleaner" a few times, each time returning a different number of files found and cleaned... but never getting a "zero" found result. NEXT is Auslogics Bootspeed 13 (AB13) I run the main screen, cure the findings... and then I run the "privacy" scan again... and I have done this up to 30 times in a row. The important thing hereis... each time returns a number of files found that is different than the previous time AND there is no pattern to the numbers returned either!

Looking at the past, the Neuroquila virus (circa around 1995) was the first (as far as I know) "polymorphing" virus. It created a "sacrificial virus" to "feed" any existing antivirus program on a machine so that while the antivirus was repairing the created virus the real virus could then attack the antivirus, making it, in the future, always retrun a "no virus found" message to the user. Next, as I recall... comes the concept of "nesting" where when you remove one thing another is created as that one is eliminated.

the above are just 2 examples of why I could be getting the results, daily, that I get BUT... I have stopped these programs after just doing an initial run of each and I have, many, many times stopped them short of doing an all out cleaning and I have done many "all out cleanings" (where I run each program multiple times) and there is a large difference in my end performance of the machine. PS... I do this on all 3 of the machines I have running and NO... I am not making money with my computers... I am a 71 year old man who's retired and od this for cheap thrills and to prove I haven't yet lost my sanity... thank you very much.

Sooooo.... I'd like to buy your program... but only if there's a component in it that let's me state how many times each component within it will run before it stops running.... cause sitting here and re-running these programs for over an hour everyday... just to keep my computer operating at a decent speed (2-I.7... 16 GB Mem, 500 GB SSD, 1- I.5 ... 16GB Mem, 500 GB SSD).

What I want is something I can configure to run multiple passes of the different compnents within your software so I can set it and then go do something else while it scours, re-scourts and rescours again as many times as I want it to.

Cool?
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Apr 24, 2023 at 01:11 PM

Clearing Privacy History issues

Every day, I start the day, running Advanced System Care, then Glary Utilities, then WiseCare 365, then Auslogics Bootspeed 13, the I reboot and then run ASC again. I have been doing this now, daily, for over 3 years (updating as they are made public). 1st run of ASC... I find privacy issues and then delete them. With Glary's... I run (in Advanced) their "Erase history" under "Privacy" multiple times until I get "Zero" issues found (sometimes up to 15 times to get a zero response). Then I run WiseCare, multipl times (usually around 6 times (main page) and then Under "System Cleaner" I usually only run each section once... sometimes though I run the "Advanced Cleaner" a few times, each time returning a different number of files found and cleaned... but never getting a "zero" found result. NEXT is Auslogics Bootspeed 13 (AB13) I run the main screen, cure the findings... and then I run the "privacy" scan again... and I have done this up to 30 times in a row. The important thing hereis... each time returns a number of files found that is different than the previous time AND there is no pattern to the numbers returned either!

Looking at the past, the Neuroquila virus (circa around 1995) was the first (as far as I know) "polymorphing" virus. It created a "sacrificial virus" to "feed" any existing antivirus program on a machine so that while the antivirus was repairing the created virus the real virus could then attack the antivirus, making it, in the future, always retrun a "no virus found" message to the user. Next, as I recall... comes the concept of "nesting" where when you remove one thing another is created as that one is eliminated.

the above are just 2 examples of why I could be getting the results, daily, that I get BUT... I have stopped these programs after just doing an initial run of each and I have, many, many times stopped them short of doing an all out cleaning and I have done many "all out cleanings" (where I run each program multiple times) and there is a large difference in my end performance of the machine. PS... I do this on all 3 of the machines I have running and NO... I am not making money with my computers... I am a 71 year old man who's retired and od this for cheap thrills and to prove I haven't yet lost my sanity... thank you very much.

Sooooo.... I'd like to buy your program... but only if there's a component in it that let's me state how many times each component within it will run before it stops running.... cause sitting here and re-running these programs for over an hour everyday... just to keep my computer operating at a decent speed (2-I.7... 16 GB Mem, 500 GB SSD, 1- I.5 ... 16GB Mem, 500 GB SSD).

What I want is something I can configure to run multiple passes of the different compnents within your software so I can set it and then go do something else while it scours, re-scourts and rescours again as many times as I want it to.

Cool?
481 views
Apr 24, 2023 at 01:11 PM