Can you explain this? I downloaded the "free" defrag version last Saturday. It worked perfectly. On Sunday, I dod my usual maintenance, which includes defragmentation and back-up. Again, it worked perfectly. Today, when I was working I got a message indicating that a "defragment" was urgently needed. So I did yet another defragmentation. Then, for some reason which
I cannot explain, I downloaded the "pro" version of your product. Once it was completed, I did yet another defragmentation. To my surprise, there were files that required yet another defragmentation. My question is, why? Should I really trust that your software is actually doin what it is supposed to?
I downloaded some "pre-installed" software on my computer (i.e., just need to unzip the RAR file and the software will start working; no need to manually run the installation tool). If I no longer need this software, how do I completely uninstall it? I already deleted the "pre-installed" files, but I believe my computer still has some residual memory of it. I did a registry cleanup already...anything else I need to do?
I am a bit interested in above mentioned softwares compact feature. When running it it says that it can compress W10 with 1.9gb, windows inbuilt feature says only 0.5gb when running it. So how can your program compress so much more, 1.4gb more, that is a lot. Very!
I hope i will get a really detailed, extensive answer to my question, now when i have taken the trouble to download and install "Boostspeed" to get an answer.
So, how can your software compress so much more then Windows inbuilt feature? Why the difference? What does it really do?
I have a corrupted USB drive and now I can't access anything on it. I don't care about the files on it now. I would like to know is there a way to UN-corrupt it in your tools. I would just like to be able to use it. It's a pretty new flash drive - only used a few times. I think I killed it when I pulled it out after it gave me a warning. I wasn't able to get the warning to go away.
I am not new to Aulogics - great product! However, I am a new Aulogics 11 user. In Aulogics, in trying to bypass Windows 10 Logon on my Lenovo, I believe the password that was pre-autofilled may have been incorrect? I chose by-pass Windows logon, however when my laptop restarts the first User screen tells me my Password is incorrect. How do I fix this in Aulogics? Any help would be appreciated! ~Catherine Trager
Is there anything i can do for make my pc much responsive and no slowdown? for free
everytime i open anything that using high resources (Google Chrome, firefox, editing app, another apps)
its fine, nothing slow with the google chrome and the apps
but when i closing the Apps that already took up my PC resources 70%,
the CPU and RAM usage back normal
and the windows is very very slow
like the Start Menu is Delay , File explorer slow launch (launch when 5-6 seconds)
anything i can do?
After receiving the most recent Win 10 update and installing it, both shift keys have stopped working and I can't get upper case symbols.
I'm writing this on my old desktop, winxp. the Laptop in question is running Win10 having originally run on
Win7, then Win8 and now Win 10.
iVe tried rollback, updating drivers and restarting, deleting and reinstalling, checking Sticky Keys etc, also checking language layout.
I'm at my wit's end, can you help me please?
Think, it's the only problem I have with my PC and now ALL problems in the future are taken good care of with your comprehensive
system, thank you.
I use Microsoft Office 2003 and one of the features maintains a list of recently used files in each of Word, Excel and Outlook. Recently the recently used files list in these three programs has been cleared following shut down at the end of the day so that when I restart my computer the next day the recently used file lists are empty and start being repopulated during the course of the day but again are cleared following the final shut down of the day.
My question is - is there a feature of Boostspeed that is clearing these lists and how do I change it so that it doesn't happen?
Regards, Harry McBride