Free Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE!

Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE is a feature limited version of Auslogics BoostSpeed 5. Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE can perform these tasks:

  • Clean the registry
  • Defrag the hard drive
  • Clean user history/privacy
  • Clean “junk” files
  • Manage startup/boot programs/processes/extensions/etc.
  • Uninstall installed software

Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE also has a “System Advisor” feature that scans your computer and suggests tweaks.

That said, Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE is available for free for a limited time (ends in 9 days at the time of this writing). To get Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v5.0.1.160 Special Edition

Free updates: Probably not

Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7

Download size: 5.1 MB

  • Check the e-mail address you registered with. There should be an e-mail from “noreply@notquitelive.downloadcrew.co.uk” with the subject of “Downloadcrew UK – New Account”. In the e-mail there will be a confirmation link you need to click on to confirm your account:

  • Install the program. During installation you will be asked for a “promotion code”:

Use the promotion code CREATIVEMARK0610 (promotion code found at the DownloadCrew.co.uk Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE promotion page) and finish installing the software.

  • After installation has finished run Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE and click on the “Trial expires in 15 days, click here to register” link at the bottom left corner:

  • At the window that pops up, click on “Get Free License”:

  • A registration page on Auslogics website will open. You will need to fill out a short form in order to receive the free license code:

  • Check the inbox of the e-mail address you use with Auslogics. There should be an e-mail from “Auslogics Team <support@auslogics.com>” with the subject of “Auslogics BoostSpeed Special Edition”. In the e-mail address you will find your free license code:

  • Go back to Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE and register the program with the license code you received via e-mail:

  • Enjoy!

If you have trouble getting Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 SE for free, post below and I will try to help.

Thanks PCbasics!

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27 comments

  1. Karri Avinash

    Getting a free version of Auslogics BoostSpeed is very good opportunity to test this tool on your Windows system. This is a very good system cleaning tool when it comes to cleaning junk files, registry cleaner etc. It contains plethora of tools and one should go carefully when cleaning the junk files. I’d like to see a free license code for a more recent version like Auslogics BoostSpeed 5.3.

  2. MikeR

    @janet:  hey, no need for any apology, y’hear?

    Glad we got it straightened out though because I was going to start emailing you for advice about how to beat the SE promo traps and get myself a full version instead <g>

    Ah well. That’s me, back to the drawing board. . .

  3. MikeR

    @janet: glad all went OK for you — you certainly seem to have done extraordinarily well <g>

    Seriously though, you say you’ve finished up with a registered regular v6. This certainly wasn’t the subject of the downloadcrew promotion. Instead, that was a so-called Special Edition. 

    As to ‘blaming it on the program’, I’m not sure what you mean? My post was in reference to the experience of Dr LongBear at #7, who successfully installed the promotional SE version, ran it, and then as a result became a less than happy camper.

    My view of Ashraf’s helpful service has always been that he flags up promotional opportunities, the equivalent of saying: here’s a chance to pop over to a particular showroom and not only road test a particular model of car, but actually keep it if you so wish. 

    In this instance, however, my experience has been of a showrrom with its doors firmly closed coupled with the evidence of a report on here from another dot techie who went through the hassle of getting the car only to find the effort was pretty much a waste.

    But then, as noted, Dr Longbear seems to have received the Special Edition crippleware, whereas you’ve wound up with the full, non-SE version.  

    Chalk, perhaps, and cheese?

  4. janet

    @MikeR:

    I followed the directions and had no trouble at all installing and getting a fully registered regular v.6. Since almost 3,000 people (!) have read this review, I would think that the teeny, tiny percentage of these people who have written in with installation problems are doing something wrong….Don’t blame it on the program..:-)….

  5. MikeR

    Sadfly, and no fault of Ashraf’s, a complete waste of time: the website offering this is buggy (to say the least) and I’m not at all sure just how objective is its rave review of the product.

    The hoops involved in securing this freebie are many indeed (assuming anyone can ever get past the dead ‘register’ link on the downloadcrew website. )

    And now, to judge from comments of other dot techies here who posted earlier (having managed to navigate all those hoops) the outcome is nothing like as expected or promised.

    I actually thought this ‘SE’ (Special Edition) stunt involving over-hyped crippleware was a thing of the past. Apparently not.

  6. janet

    @Neil from Ohio:

    I always clean with CCleaner and then with Auslogistics’s cleaner which always finds a lot of files that CCleaner misses–particularly temp files in various places. Next time, I will try the reverse and see what happens…..

    I have found Auslogistics’s defragger the fastest and most complete by far….What do you prefer about the Puran one–what’s it called?

  7. Neil from Ohio

    There are better programs available for free.  I endorse the comment above that mentions CCleaner.  It does a good job of cleaning out deadwood files and the registry.  Supplement it with Wise Disk Cleaner Free and Wise Registry Cleaner Free from wisecleaner.com.
    Last time I looked, Auslogics had a standalone defragger for free.  But I haven’t used it in a long time because I found one I like better from Puran Software (free for “non-commercial” use).
     
     

  8. radek

    CCleaner freeware can almost do same good job such as this program. I hate this registration for nothing. No problem being regitered to the makers website but why some “DownloadCrew.co….”?…. I’m not stupid, 2weeks later your mailbox is full of many offers from this “crew”. Say them lies, a name that is not yours, a mailbox which you create and deactivate after use, etc..

  9. Patrick

    @ Ashraf,

    This is a nice step-by-step on how to install and register BootSpeed 5 SE… and it still is for free…

    No mention however of what it actually does, no “rating”, no anything…
    I would have expected a PROPER REVIEW of this…

    BoostSpeed 5 SE is placed in the ‘Freebies’ section (no problem with that!) while Soluto is in ‘Freeware Reviews’ and ‘Tips ‘n Tricks’ (no problem either! Very interesting review on that one, BTW!).

    Unless I have missed something -which is possible but not probable, seeing that I normally receive all dottech’s mails in due time- there is no review yet of BoostSpeed.

    Is there any hope of a review shortly?

    I -and others- much appreciate your work, both here and on GAOTD, but some of us are becoming slightly “Ashraf-dependent” ;-)

    Should I throw my computer out of the window and move in with you or should I keep my computer and my girlfriend and disavow you and dottech? Perhaps I should get a live life?..  BIG GREAT LOL!!

    But I would like a review, nevertheless…

    Cheers,
    Patrick.
      

  10. DrLongBear

    Not a happy camper here. Even though this is a crippled copy, with the build-up on their web site one expects something more…what you get to do is jump through what appear to be legitimate hoops and loops only to find out that it is a severely limited version that takes every opportunity to ask the user to upgrade…I, for one, detest this! On top of this, their web site is buggy…I had to click several times on links in order to get them to work (Yes, I would wait as much as 2 minutes before clicking a second, third or fourth time.)

    Ashraf mentions a “System Advisor” – their cute trick is for you to spend more then a few minutes in front of the CRT only to notify you, “You’ve got problems, but we are only going to handle 3 of them. If you want to get the rest fixed, upgrade…then we will actually tell you what’s messed-up about your system.” These are not their actual words…but you download and go through the tangled web and see if it doesn’t feel exactly like this.

    Yep, not happy here…not happy at all!

  11. tejas

    I’m a bit leery of signing up a DownloadCrew. When I click the link to read the Terms and Conditions, or the Privacy Policy, I get a page that says “Need some text to go here…”

  12. Slyvester

    Hi Ashraf,
    Thanks you so much for sharing this giveaway. And, by the way, this gives me a chance to thank you so much for the so necessary comments you write everyday  regarding the site Giveawayoftheday.com.
    God Bless you.
    Slyvester.

  13. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    @dodi nugraha: Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 has a lot more features. Sorry I can’t list them off the top of my head.

    @Mark: Say what? I literally just download and registered this an hour ago. The timer showed 8 days and 22 hours left and comments showed people tried to download it just a few days ago. I think the website may be having problems – the promotion is as live as can be.