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"Full scan" no longer includes optimization, file clean up back up?

I just installed the NS w/ backup in place of my N360 to try it out, and noticed after running thru a full scan, it didn't go thru the disk optimization, file clean up, and back up, as N360 did. do I need to do these manually now? it was so convenient with the n360's "full scan" since I ran thru each process. not a major issue but am I missing a setting in NSwB? I'm still debating if I should go with this new version or stay with N360 since I still have over 500days left from my 3yr sub. and how long does just a scan run generally? seems NS scan alone took almost an hour. N360s 4 processes seemed to take less time to complete.

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Re: "Full scan" no longer includes optimization, file clean up back up?

The tune-up features will run on a schedule but from memory I don't think they do run after manually running a Full System Scan like with N360.  You can change the schedule to what suites you though.  Settings > Task Scheduling > Scheduling tab.

Yes, I think scan times were slower for me too.  I've reverted back to N360 until they solve my slow shutdown issue.

Dave

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Re: "Full scan" no longer includes optimization, file clean up back up?

ahh thanks Dave! looking at those settings now. I'm still debating reverting back too. luckily I haven't experienced the shut down/restart you and others have mentioned. was hesitant to try NS, but will give it a few days and see. thanks for the info.
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Re: "Full scan" no longer includes optimization, file clean up back up?

Hi irck_s.

I agree that running a full system scan does not appear to do any optimisation under NS, but you do have the option on the Scans page to run a "Custom Task" (two options down from "Full System Scan").  Under this option you can include "disk optimization, file clean up, and back up" also clear Internet Explorer History and run Live update.  So while you now probably have to click the scan button twice it does seem to offer all that you were looking for.

Did that help?

Mike

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