in the past i've had problems with IObit software .. whenever i've decided to get rid of IObits software due to crashing or causing conflict so ive tried to uninstall and try to get rid of IObit programs.BUT i couldnt.. I found it hard to remove IT ,,BUT IOBIT removed my sound card driver and graphics driver and corrupted DLLS AND dlls was missing. IT EVEN MESSED UP MY SYSTEM RESTORE POINT .. TOTAL NIGHTMARE ..i ended up reformatting my pc lol .. but with me IObit programs like to say ill teach you a lesson for trying to get me in the recycle bin and removed SO iobit remove important stuff and mess ya pc up lol happens on any laptop or pc problems with IObits software .. im no computer expert but through my experiences i avoid any IObit ..not saying this will happen to everyone just think and look into it,,,, people should look into reviews about ISOBIT software before considering downloading or buying thats all .. mind u the first search google ads on reviews on isobit is brilliant reviews ppl recommends it.. so try finding a forum for honest reviews or sites like here hot uk deals .. mums net ..e.t,c .. but becareful with all software you get ........... you never know if they wanna get revenge for uninstalling it and remove your folders files and drivers and movies . (horror) blimey think i just typed a book .. soz
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Yes I agree about system restore (had lots of times with that not working when needed) and I agree about drivers. If they are not causing problems then leave alone although sometimes updating drivers can stop future problems happening so its about weighing the pros and cons and deciding yourself. But for the job of updating drivers (if you decide to) this software is one of the best I have tried
That is useful but a) system restore is not always enabled on people's computers, and b) system restore is not that reliable (I've seen more failures with it than successes over the years). So having the driver backed up is of no use if you can't boot into Windows. Drivers really don't need updating like applications and games because most of the time they offer nothing new or different (apart from maybe gfx drivers). You only have to look at this thread to see that more than one person has had a bad experience and updating drivers can be quite dangerous, much like the BIOS. The simple advice most sensible people will give is leave drivers alone unless there is a specific need to update. Simply updating because a program like this says you are out of date could put someone in a world of issues, and for what?
Good point and you do but I have used this for a while and its the ONLY one I trust and has never given me any problems over the time I have used it (about a year)