IObit Challenges Microsoft's OneCare Service with Technically Savvy and Alternative Freeware

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CHENGDU, China, Aug. 17 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- IObit is excited to release a second version of their flagship product - Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal - and are prepared to go head-to-head with Microsoft's OneCare. The freeware, which is a new Beta version - Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal - is a comprehensive PC care tool that takes an integrated approach to help protect, repair and optimize computers.

Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal provides a one-click, all-in-one, speedy solution for PC maintenance and protection; the service is free.

"When compared to our closest competitor," Hugo Dong, PhD, President of said, "Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal provides more essential and practical formulas for Windows."

The program removes Spyware and Adware; prevents security threats; increases privacy protection; fixes registry errors; performs temporary file and start-up cleanups; repairs Windows; and speeds up systems.

The freeware, designed for home users, allows people to have more fun on their computers, get more done, communicate quickly, and avoid costly repairs. It is easy to use and improves overall PC performance.

"This is amazing software; I can't come up with any negative aspects," one satisfied user exclaimed. "My PC runs like a finely-tuned machine. I have installed it on PCs for family and friends and they never have freezes or blue screens.", located in China, is an innovative company that was founded in 2004 by two talented programmers. With the great popularity of Advanced WindowsCare v1 Personal in 2005, IObit has become one of the most successful new companies on the Internet. They have had over 1,000,000 downloads since July, 2005.

"Our commitment is to our customers," Dong said. "We will continue to deliver innovative system utilities that are user friendly, powerful and reliable. And, we will continue to provide first-class, free software and online services for personal and non-commercial use."

The company has two gifted software programmers on staff: Time Xue and Xiaomin Gao. Xue, the chief programmer, has nine years of experience and oversees Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal and other projects. Gao is the senior programmer and works on product development and online services.

Technical support is provided 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Operating systems supported are Windows 2000 and XP.

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