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jv16 PowerTools 2011 2.0.0.1007


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<img src="http://www.nsanedown.com/images/logos/jv16.png" class="logo" alt="jv16 PowerTools" title="jv16 PowerTools" />jv16 PowerTools is a complete toolkit to maximize the performance of any PC. With a user base comprising several million downloads, the program is used by both home and power users as well helpdesk and support personnel around the globe. jv16 PowerTools will optimize many aspects of your computer. jv16 PowerTools allows users to remove all traces of previously uninstalled software, to clean the computer's Windows registry for optimal performance and stability, and to fix many registry-based problems with a single mouse click. PowerTools Lite is a freeware version of their professional grade jv16 PowerTools utility package.

Thanks to <span style="color: red;"> thylacine</span> for the update.

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Wonder if 2010 serial works with this one. I got one as a giveaway offer...

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Older licenses don`t work. The reason is this imho:

All users who have bought the current 2010 version during December or January, or who will buy it in February will be able to update to the 2011 version without any upgrade fee.

The second one`s issue date was edited to make it valid again.

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Older licenses don`t work. The reason is this imho:

All users who have bought the current 2010 version during December or January, or who will buy it in February will be able to update to the 2011 version without any upgrade fee.

I see. Thanks for the info. :)

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Odd. Comodo says the post installation executable is doing a buffer-overflow attack. :huh:

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dude thanks for the update :rolleyes: but i stay with 2010 :)

ps: i do not like to take any risk, :ph34r: i will wait for sometime and then try it bye bye :sneaky:

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Regarding the False Positive from Comodo, you can fix it within Comodo.

add it here CIS ---> Defense+ ---> Defense+ Settings ---> Execution control Settings ---> Detect shellcode injections (i.e. Buffer overflow protection) ---> Exclusions ---> Add ---> Browse for JV16PT.exe Drag it over and click apply.

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