TechPaul’s Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 – Software License Giveaway Contest

I recently reviewed Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 here (Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 – A Powerful “One Stop” Optimization And Maintenance Suite),  and judged it to be an impressive solution for a host of issues affecting a computer’s performance and reliability. BoostSpeed 5 can uncover bundles of issues and problems, and then correct those problems – often, with just a few clicks of the mouse.

Review takeaway:

If you’re an average user, disappointed with your computer’s performance, or you’re just tired of having to deal with reoccurring unexplained issues, you may find that Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 is worth its $49.95 purchase price.

If you’d like an opportunity to possibly pickup a free license for Auslogics BoostSpeed 5, and save yourself $50, then checkout TechPaul’s Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 – software license giveaway contest.

From the Tech – for Everyone site:

Folks, I had decided to not run any more contests; but, I recently received an email from a company I trust, asking me for a review. The upside for you is: the folks at Auslogics have generously donated three licenses (a license can be used on up to three PC’s) to me, to award to my readers.

So, I am going to do a random drawing contest from folks who “enter” by posting a comment. The drawing will close midnight (Pacific) Thursday, April 7 — the winners announce Friday — so act now.

How to enter? Residents of the US and Canada may enter the contest drawing by simply clicking on “comment” and entering a name and a valid e-mail (so I can send you the license key) in the form. Actually commenting is optional.

To enter the contest go here.

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12 Comments

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12 responses to “TechPaul’s Auslogics BoostSpeed 5 – Software License Giveaway Contest

  1. Michael Fisher

    Hi Bill

    Auslogics is Australian

    California-based TechPaul has a Swedish family name

    His draws are restricted to entrants from the N. American continent, but if I wanted to ‘PayPal’ Paul to remotely assist me with my UK-located PC’s I’m guessing there would suddenly be no difficulty

    On the internet some folk are more equal than others, but money is blind

    • Hi Michael,

      You and I have discussed this restrictive policy privately, so you’re aware of my views. But, for the record, I find this policy disturbing – it smacks of Xenophobia. Moreover, it reflects badly on the company providing the licenses. Given that Auslogics is an Australian company (as you point out), the situation is more than slightly ironic.

      Best,

      Bill

  2. Luisc

    Thank you Bill for this giveaway

  3. John Bent

    Hi Bill,

    I would love to save $50 but not sure the move to Canada or US would be justified. Guess it’s not such a small world after all.

    And three whole licences – really?

    Kind regards
    John

    • Hi John,

      According to the latest stats there are 2 Billion people on the Internet, of which 240 Million are American (roughly 10% of the total). Filtering out 90% of a possible readership market, seems counterproductive to me.

      Best,

      Bill

  4. Great giveaway Bill from TechPaul and according to you which one is best software when it comes about PC maintenance?

    • Hey Neeraj,

      Difficult to say – much depends on the users computing habits. I’ve tested 3 – System Mechanic, TuneUp Utilities and of course, Auslogics BoostSpeed 5. They all do a very credible job.

      Bill

      • Great but still lets say if you have to select one as best out of 3 which one you will refer to a newbie that got the laptop as a christmas gift?

        • Hey Neeraj,

          Well, they all do a very good job, but let me answer your question this way.

          In order of ease of use and overall application capability, by category.

          Newbie user –

          TuneUp Utilities
          Auslogics BoostSpeed 5
          System Mechanic

          Intermediate User –

          System Mechanic
          TuneUp Utilities
          Auslogics BoostSpeed 5

          High Level User –

          System Mechanic

          Bill