Advanced Features on Autoruns Mananager:
- load time measurement
- change priority of startup applications
- faster load times of all autoruns categories
- Integrated safe delete for remove operations of Autorun Manager
Analize registry fragmentation on the fly
Windows boot time measurement
Cleaner_Validator.exe may crash on some systems during a clean operation
BETA NOTICE: This product is intended for special users (BETA Testers) who would like to join the testing process. It may contain major bugs that could cause serious problems and not be suitable for your everyday use yet. Please do not use it in your production machines.
Setup for Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 2003 Server 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows XP 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 2008 Server 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit:
First of all : congrats with this release , downloaded and installed it , this beta works fine!
on the other hand , I coulden’t beleave my eyes , once I saw the differences between the free and the pro version , this time you have to pay for getting the active clean option?? wow! what a BIG let down!!! I don’t understand that in csc 3.0 this option is free and with the next release we all have to pay for this…I think that a lot of people will stick with the old version , when the official release of 4.0 comes out!
As long as they catch the same registry entries and the same files etc etc I could care less if it’s paid or not… I do wish they could explain “Registry Protection” by Comodo’s Motto You shouldn’t have to pay for security; It’s a privilege… So? umm…
I see no reason not to have a free version and a paid (PRO) version. This is quite common among the competition.
The difference with Comodo is that the free version does everything you need. The PRO version has some extra automation that the free version does not. I agree that some users will stay with 3.1 instead of paying for 4.0 PRO, but Active Scan is really not a big enough issue for most of us.
In the discussion of the Free and Paid versions, we have all become accustomed to "most" of the software developed by Comodo being[b] FREE[/b] for the general public!
I wondered several years ago when I saw no difference from a single user with 1 or 25 PCs or a company with 250 PCs and more.
To provide support for small businesses I wonder if a[u][i] limit[/i][/u] of PCs to allow specified software as in this case Comodo System Cleaner. And what that number would be.
And for Corporations to pay for the use of the same software (with a few extra features), Of course those corporations would also receive Premium Support beyond GeekBuddy
What [u]Number[/u] of PCs are[u] acceptable[/u] for the [b]Individual[/b] and a [b]Small Business[/b], that would continue to allow for Free Use [b]?? ??[/b]
But allow Comodo to receive compensation for commercial use by businesses that are not considered “small” ?