Free Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced! (Supports Windows 7… finally.)

2009-12-14_140000Recently I posted, a couple of times, on how to get Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2010 for free. The problem with WinOptimizer 2010 is it does not supported Windows 7. So to solve that problem there is WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced.

However, before I tell you about the promotion, let me remind everyone what WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced can do:

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As far as I know, the only major difference between WinOptimizer 2010 and WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced is WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced supported Windows 7 but WinOptimizer 2010 does not.

So, how to get WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced for free? Just follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v6.50.6644

Note: Don’t be fooled into thinking WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced is the same thing as WinOptimizer 6 because WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced  is v6.50.6644. WinOptimizer 6 has three features which are not in WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced: “AntiSpy”, “Context Menu Manager”, and “Undeleter”.

Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7

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  • After WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced has finished downloading, install it. Take note during installation there will be an option to put a The-Page.net icon on your desktop. Uncheck the option if you don’t want it (you don’t need it – WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced will function without it just fine).

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Enter your e-mail address in the box and hit “Send”; if you already have an Ashampoo account you will be asked to login. If you don’t have an Ashampoo account, you will have to confirm your new account before you can get the free key. So go to your e-mail’s inbox, look for an e-mail from “Ashampoo <MrReg@ashampoo.com>” with the subject of “Registration (Step 1) … follow the link in this email to go on.” In the e-mail there will be a URL you have to visit to confirm your new Ashampoo account (visit it):

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Take note when you register with Ashampoo, you are automatically signed up for Ashampoo’s regular e-mail newsletters. If you don’t want the newsletters, you can manually unsubscribe from these newsletters after you registered by logging in via MyAshampoo, going to “Subscribe service letters”, and unchecking the ones you don’t want.

  • Check the inbox of the e-mail you entered for the free license key. There should be an e-mail from “Ashampoo <MrReg@ashampoo.com>” with the subject of “Your registration – Ashampoo® WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced (F_vnu_gb) (English (UK£))”. In the e-mail you will find your registration code for WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced:

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Copy the registration code.

  • Go back to WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced or run it if you don’t have it running. You should be asked to register the software. Register it with the key you got in your e-mail:

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  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced for free, post below – I will try to help.

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23 comments

  1. Jason

    Please resend -or send for the first time- the registration key. Your software tries to open ie something evil I thankfully got rid of years ago. The first time I opened your product it opened opera browser I entered my email address and have waited hours for a response I don’t seem to find any way to try again on my end.

  2. computersexplore

    thanks for the very timely and appropriate comparison of winoptimizer 2010 advanced with winoptimizer 6. That said, would it be too much to ask for either a further features comparison to winoptimizer 5 (aka 2009?) or at least some clear indication of your own preference between them? After all, a lot of people have downloaded the latter in the past year or so and it seems pretty relevant in deciding whether it is worth the time and effort needed to replace it with the former.

  3. Bob

    Guys, in reality, you really dont need to download any type of all in one “Make your os run faster” programs.
    THis is all you need: cc cleaner. On startup, have it do an automatic clean. CC cleaner also has a great registry cleaner. Clean your registry every month.
    Use clean mem for any programs that leak. Check fragmentation every month using windows own defragmenter. Defragmnet if necessary.
    There ya go! Thats all you need!
    Lets face it: nothing will speed up your computer unless you addmore Ram or buy anewer faster computer.

  4. Ozzie

    Greetings all! Thanks for the heads-up on this one, Ashraf! Unfortunately it gave me grief. I installed it (32-bit Win 7) and ran the opening optimisation thing, and then found that when I logged on again some of my RocketDock icons were missing. I thought that was odd. Then I noticed my comp was very, very slow and explorer stopped working. So I decided to do a system restore. But system restore wasn’t working. So I went into safe mode and uninstalled the program and then used system restore (which worked at that point) to take me back to before I installed it. And now it is all working fine again. Anyone else have this problem?

  5. Nick

    Vielen Dank!

    Have been useing Ashampoo Burning Studio 2010, fast, reliable and effective without useing too much of the resources in the system. Will be interesting see if this WinOptimizer have the same class. Though I’m one of those sceptical when talking of “reg booster’s” or “quick fix tweak” programs. There should be a little warning even if many today has become improved to the better.
    A bit sad just it don’t have the feature of Context menu manager, would be great to have :)

  6. HenFraCar

    Thanks for your efforts Ashraph but after several failed attempts to run it
    I had to resort to troubleshooting compatibility issues .. :”not compatible with win7 ultimate 32bit” or am I doing something wrong? Settings maybe?

  7. vandamme

    These “one click” things are a little scary.. “Let me just go ahead and delete all that for you”…but it seems to work OK on Win7.

    Microsoft is lucky that there are folks around to clean up their crappy code (disclaimer: I dual-boot Ubuntu).

  8. Darthyoda

    They also have Ashampoo Burning Studio 2010, which was posted on here Sept. 24. The one before was ashampoo_burning_studio_2010_910_5956.exe, and this one is ashampoo_burning_studio_2010_9.12_6463.exe