KIm Komando's newspaper column last weekend included a section on computer tune-up software recommending Wise Care 365 free edition. Has anyone here used this product, and what were your results? Norton is my primary security and anti-virus software, but I also do a quick Malwarebytes scan once per week. I also use CCleaner and SuperAntiSpyware for junk removal. Also Would Wise Care clean anything these don't already do? I'm generally wary of trying unfamiliar tune-up software without good recommendations from others I trust. I still remember a long ago experience with CCleaner when it was still called C..p Cleaner and removed an entry from my registry that it shouldn't have.
I am not familar with Wise Care 365 free, but from what I have read on Google it will not be used on my systems.
It sounds like you have a good line-up of antivirus/malware programs. I will guess you use the free MBAM as an on request scanner periodically as I do, and I also have SAS installed and is used periodically. I do not use CCleaner, although many users both here and on the Norton Forums use it and report no conflicts with their Norton products.
Also I am of the belief that Registry Cleaners should not be used, excpet as a last resort to the solution of a situation. Norton had a Registry Cleaner in their products and removed it.
Please stay tuned as hopefully other users will add their comments to your queston.
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