I have had an email from Auslogics that I am wrong. They claim that a 15-day free evaluation period is included with their BootSpeed.
I didn’t personally try out BootSpeed. My checked it out … and I clearly said that. She, however, called me over to show me the message that said that BootSpeed will not fix the errors because she didn’t have a license. That I saw.
BUT, if we got this wrong, I will GLADLY and unconditionally apologize. All I was reacting to was what I saw. Right now I do not have the time to download and test BootSpeed. Lots happening. But, I will download BootSpeed to another XP box and test it to see whether I get a 15 day free trial. NOW it is possible that Auslogics could have added this since I complained 7 days ago. << smile, grin >> Hey, come on. I have readily admitted I am the cynic’s cynic.
Anyway, Auslogics CLAIMS that you get 15 days free trial. I will give them the benefit of the doubt. I am also charitable to a fault. << smile >>
The day after, viz. February 3rd, I got another e-mail with this proviso: “I’ve checked with our developers and they said that BoostSpeed has 15 days trial BUT there is only one restriction – it won’t delete registry keys. It will fix everything else. But then Auslogics has a free reg cleaner, so no harm.”
Hhhmmm. What do YOU think? Now that I am thinking, the ONLY errors BootSpeed probably found on my wife’s PC were Registry Errors. Hhhhmmm. I don’t know. To first tell me that I was WRONG and that they do offer a 15 day free trial and then to send me, the next day, an e-mail that adds conditions to the supposed ‘FREE’ just doesn’t sit well with me.