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  1. The weather info center in Bootup Booster is useful. Then how to change the Fahrenheit to Celsius displayed? Easy! Please follow the instructions below to realize it: (Take English file for example.) 1. Go to your installation path of Wise Care 365. 2. Please find: Wise Care 365 -- Languages -- English.ini 3. Open the "English.ini" and press "ctrl"+"F" to find: "Weathertag=F" 4. Please change the "Weathertag=F" to "Weathertag=c". (a lowercase "c" instead of a capital letter "C".) 5. Save the file and re-start your PC. --------- If you are using the software in other languages, simply go to the certain "languagename.ini" file and make the same modification. Voila!
  2. I have been using Wise Care 365 for about one year now. During that time, it appears that changes have been made to the algorithm that computes the time that will be required for the computer to boot up. Before my most recent re-load of my operating system which is Windows 7, the Bootup Booster was consistently computing the boot up time to be 24 to 25 seconds. Since I re-loaded the operating system last week and re-installed Wise Care 365, the boot up time projected by Bootup Booster has been between 44 and 52 seconds. I have disabled every item in the start up menu that I can. And the readings have been about the same. Does anyone have any insight into why there has been such a big change in the boot up time computations, or have any suggestions regarding what can be done?
  3. About the different speed of bootup, it's so normal. The bootup speed cannot be controlled completely, because anything related to your computer's condition (like physical devices) will affect the bootup time. So it's unnecessary to worry about it.
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