Update the signature database of Advanced SystemCare Ultimate without being connected to the Internet with this offline update pack
|Updated||November 8 2019|
IObit N/A N/A
|Crack Size||277 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Advanced SystemCare Ultimate Offline Database is an update pack that lets you update Advanced SystemCare Ultimate's signature database to its latest version without being connected to the Internet.
Nowadays, having a good antivirus solution is crucial, as newer and more dangerous ways to jeopardize your computer's security become available. The amount of attacks is nearly impossible to count and contains various types such as RATs, trojans, worms, backdoors and other scripts.
However, even if you have an efficient antivirus installed on your computer, you must keep it up-to-date, since most of the virus signature databases get constantly updated with new entries.
Advanced SystemCare Ultimate Offline Database Crack requires the host application to be installed on the target computer in order for it to function at its full potential. Advanced SystemCare Ultimate is not only an antivirus solution, as it encompasses other functions, including tune-up utilities, cleaners and other maintenance tools. This way, it can protect your computer against various threats while also boosting its performance.
In order to install this pack on the target computer, you need to extract the contents of the archive to the "Plugins" folder of Advanced SystemCare Ultimate. Usually, it can be found within the "Antivirus" directory of Advanced SystemCare Ultimate's installation path. ("C:Program FilesIObitAdvanced SystemCare UltimateAntivirusPlugins.")
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