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why you don't create an ultimate version of piriform products 3 in 1


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I suggest to combine all existing Piriform products in one product, so it can be called for example "Piriform system tools". I think that it will be the award winning product for windows system...

why we should install 3 products separately ! with a one and a complete version :

- we will start only one application rather than 3 applications.

- to install a new version, we will uninstall only one application.

 

As existing Piriform products provide many system tools, this new ultimate version can contain for example these features :

- cleaner (available in CCleaner)

- registry (available in CCleaner)

- defragmentation (available in defraggler)

- recovery (available in recuva)

- tools (available in CCleaner, also you can add an option here to wipe free space)

- options (which can contain CCleaner,defraggler,recuva options)

 

please send me your opinions.

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I don't want this. The combination would be bloated, I don't use all three products, updates to one would mean a download of all, I don't run each product at the same frequency.

 

I vote for small speedy applications. This is the AVG8-ish path.

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That would be a bad idea because Defraggler doesn't work under Win98SE. :angry:

 

Also the updates come out at different intervals for each product. This would make the overhaul size of the installation three times bigger and they don't like doing that. Thats why they don't add any help files in the package. ;)

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I don't want this. The combination would be bloated, I don't use all three products, updates to one would mean a download of all, I don't run each product at the same frequency.

 

I vote for small speedy applications. This is the AVG8-ish path.

I do not want to see CCleaner become a Swiss Army knife of a system cleaner.

 

I don't use Recuva and thankfully have not had the need to use it yet.

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