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#1 Parent Windows user - 2017-10-30
Re Are your search engines affected?

You are welcome.

#2 Parent Norman - 2017-10-30
Re Are your search engines affected?

Amazing! I'd never have thought a free software tool so easy to use could have improved the performance of an old desktop PC by such a significant extent.

This unexpected improvement includes the elimination of buffering problems while watching many movies and TV series online!

I had previously planned to buy a laptop, but now I won't bother!

Thanks so much!

#3 Parent Windows user - 2017-10-29
Re Are your search engines affected?

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Miscellaneous/IObit-Toolbox.shtml

Next, click on 'DOWNLOAD'.

Then click on the 2ND MIRROR, 'Softpedia Secure Download (US) - Beta'.

#4 Parent Norman - 2017-10-29
Re Are your search engines affected?

Advanced System Care seem to have removed this free software!

I don't know wHere I can find it.

#5 Parent Windows user - 2017-10-29
Re Are your search engines affected?

IOBIT toolbox is the dog's bollox.

(It's a ZIP file.)

Do not download anything else from Advanced System Care!

#6 Parent Norman - 2017-10-29
Re Are your search engines affected?

My college has provided me with a Wlndows 7 PC desktop, Chinese edition software, connected by cable to the college internet.

That free application you recommended has certainly sped up my browsing. Thanks a lot.

Do you use any other free software to enhance your browsing experience?

If you do, please share it (or them) with us.

#7 Parent Parody Parrot - 2017-10-28
Re Are your search engines affected?

No, you must call me Parody Parrot, HAHAHAHA!

#8 Parent Rubbish man - 2017-10-28
Re Are your search engines affected?

You forgot to include yourself as one of the "girls"...hahhahahahahaha

Anyways, on behalf of 'caring' and the other girls thanks for the software.
#9 Parent Rubbish man - 2017-10-28
Re Are your search engines affected?

Typical response from Silberboy again. Rubbish!......
Silverboy is silverboying again...Hahhahahahahhahaha

Your should divorce your crappy wife and get out of China.
Then you won't have such problems, haha!
#10 Parent Brock The Badger - 2017-10-27
Re Are your search engines affected?

That looks interesting, there's more than one way to skin a banana/ bo xiang jiao pi. [edited] Are you the same 'Old Timer' who posts here? Anyways, on behalf of 'caring' and the other girls thanks for the software.

#11 Parent Windows user - 2017-10-27
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#12 Parent Brock The Badger - 2017-10-27
Re Are your search engines affected?

Could be anything. I even occasionally have this problem outside China with Google or other search engines. Try to clean up your internet cache as I did; then it should normally be OK.

Three different caches on Windows for you to worry about I believe and you will need administrators' rights to delete them or contents therein. They can all cause trouble when browsing. Linux is easier with just one cache in 'hidden files' (windows also hidden) You just delete the whole file and it'll make a new one. I automatically delete the TV computer cache every day as it soon gets polluted by 'streaming video' IN China you should dual-boot your pc with Linux and windows and use Linux for streaming video and talking to your western bank on-line. Don't watch TV myself, prefer a good book.

#13 Parent Concerned FT - 2017-10-27
Re Are your search engines affected?

Could be anything. I even occasionally have this problem outside China with Google or other search engines. Try to clean up your internet cache as I did; then it should normally be OK.

#14 Parent Silverboy - 2017-10-26
Re Are your search engines affected?

Your should divorce your crappy wife and get out of China.

Then you won't have such problems, haha!

caring - 2017-10-26
Are your search engines affected?

My internet search seems more difficult than before since about last week and I have tried a few other computers in different places too. Often I am forced to go through the sources that are connected to the Chinese internet sites. Am I the only one or are there more of you with similar experiences?

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