As I am sure most of you know already, Advanced SystemCare Pro is a popular system optimization/management/cleaning/etc. tool from IObit. Regardless of IObit’s questionable tactics  for their Internet Security 360 software, Advanced SystemCare Pro itself is fairly good software, although somewhat a RAM hog sitting in the background all the time (last time I checked it uses ~40 MB RAM while idle in the background). Of course IObit has run multiple Advanced SystemCare Pro promotions recently, so you may already have a free 1 year license. However, it doesn’t hurt to renew your license or to grab it now if you don’t have it yet.
To get the free 1 year licenses of IObit Advanced SystemCare Pro follow these simple directions (this giveaway is sponsored by Softpedia  – a quick “thank you” visit to them is appreciated):
- After you have filled out the form, you will be given a download link  and your registration information:
Keep this page open because you will need to copy + paste the account name and license code soon.
- Download  (click here ) and install Advanced SystemCare Pro. Take note during installation options to add IObit to favorites and to install IObit’s toolbar are checked by default:
Uncheck them if you don’t want them (most people don’t want them or need them because they are junk – I don’t want or need them).
- After installation, “upgrade” the Free version to Pro by entering the account name and license code you got earlier:
There will be a short four step wizard to follow after you click “OK” to setup the new features you unlocked by “upgrading” to Pro.
If you are having trouble successfully upgrading to the Pro version, try these two tricks:
- Disconnect your network connection temporarily, and try to activate Pro again. After successful activation, you can enable your network connection again.
- Disable your live protection anti-virus/anti-spyware/firewall, and try to activate Pro again. You may re-enable it after successful activation.
If you have any trouble getting this, please post below and me – or other dotTechies – will try to help.
Thanks Ozzie !