There must be something I am missing...please help.
I don't know how to use Auslogics BootSpeed11 yet and just did something like scanning etc... .
Now, could it be that by using this program that some websites be blocked by, because of security issues for example ?
If so, how can I get this blocked sites back to use ?
I don't think this should be happen but it's just a question.
It is this site I can't get back because as is mention ---->404 - File or directory not found:
Thank you so much for your support.
Alex Janssens (Iepenburger)
1. Do I need to enable this option?
2. Will using this program to clean up the registry do any damage or shorten life of the SSD?
3. I found online that it is not recommended to shred files on an SSD. If I have sensitve files that I deleted, on a SSD, is it permanently removed/unrecoverable by deletion or I should still use your shred operation?
In all of the above, I just want to make sure your program doesn't damage the life of the SSD. I also want to know if your features affect the SSD negatively or if it is needed at all. What is the positive impact of it on my SSD and operation?
If it wasn't for windows updates I could live with not using the restart option. However, windows update requires the restart so I expect it to fail each time there is an update. Recently did scan and did the suggested tweaks in the Maintain section of BoostSpeed 11. Any thoughts or suggestions?
I just recently purchased your Bootspeed system--which is great and full of great features that I typically have to buy many programs to do. I keep getting an ad pop-up to buy your other products and when I check off DON'T SHOW AGAIN, it just does that. It's annoying and a turn off..
Hello Support. On 02/13/20 I purchased an iBUYPOWER gaming desktop from BestBuy:
•model BB971 which includes the TUF B365M-PLUS Gaming ASUS motherboard, Intel 15-9400F, 6-Core 2.9GHz (4.1 GHz Turbo) NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB. It has a 240GB solid state drive & 1TB SATA III hard drive. And includes Windows 10 home edition. (see CPUID report attached for further description)
However it continues to freeze up at various times throughout the day for typically about 4 seconds. So I tried a number of repairs after researching this problem on the internet; where I saw that many other people have had this same issue. None of those repairs have worked so far. Notably, I have NOT revised the BIOS as it appears to have the latest version: 1201 dated 07/15/19.
Do you have a solution for this? I love this desktop and have already loaded all my applications, so really don’t want to return it for a new one.
Hello and thank you for your time,
I am having trouble with finding info relative to my specific situation. I own an Asus ROG Strix GL553VD with 16 GB ram and it came with the 1 TB HDD. Ive since upgraded it to a 500 GB SSD by WD Blue as of recetly Ive also added a 120 GB NVMe m.2 SSD and Id really like to be ablr to add my whole windows OS and boot from it to achieve faster results plus Ive heard its less stress on your main drive. I recently tried copying the windows folder to it (and all 26 or so GB that it held) onto the new SSD and that obv didnt work. I have AOMEI partition pro and back upper but my Windows OS isnt on its own partition on C drive and Im finding nothing about migrating just those files or how to create a partition of just those files and I see nothing about migrating from SSD to a different SSD. Thank you for your time and potential help!