Iobit Advanced SystemCare is a free PC optimizer software


  1. Take it for what it’s worth, but IObit was accused of stealing intellectual property from Malwarebytes in 2009. Seems to be a common thing in China.

  2. The install process of IOBIT should have triggered Windows to automatically create a System Restore point for you, just in case the app or the installation of the app created a problem for you and your system.

    Open System Restore through a search in Start or Run the System Restore process by pressing “Win R” on the keyboard, typing in ‘rstrui’ in the prompt without quotations, and clicking enter. Follow through the guided instructions and choose a restore point from before the install of IOBIT.

    If that doesn’t work, you can easily reinstall the AMD drivers without searching through their website by going to Start < (Search) Update Device Drivers – *or* – Run (Win R) < "devmgmt.msc" (no quotations) < Enter. From here, click the arrow next to Display Adapters, and right-click on your AMD/ATI card or chipset listed within. Click "Update Driver Software" < "Search Automatically…" and let Windows automatically take care of the rest.

    Good luck! 🙂

  3. It really amazes me the types of software TWC writers write about. IObit is garbage, plain and simple and to imply otherwise or recommend is just irresponsible. Your right Rob, IObit has been accused more than once about stealing intellectual property. Annand and his writers need to start writing about things they actually have tested and know about because it has become common place at TWC to recommend or review software that has no place whatsoever on anyone’s system, all for the sake of clicks.

  4. 10 bit even removed the display drivers so the screen filckerd do much that you could not access any apps etc even testing to put the PC into safe mode or windows 10 refresh recovery mode then I found out by accident that if you press the f2 the PC is placed into lenovo 1 key recovery mode this set the PC back to windows 8.1 it then took myself Microsoft and lenovo to get windows 10 set up as some of the work was done remotely by Microsoft who had to contact lenovo for information and help the PC is now back up and running after a lot of checks beforehand most of the drivers were found to be missing or damaged that’s why lenovo was contacted .

  5. More useless bloat infested crapware recommended by “The Windows Club”…that will likely do more harm than good.

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