PrivacyWatcher is the program for cleaning up the history of your activities on a computer and protecting it from the unauthorized access. It cleans up tracks of Internet Explorer, Windows, Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, MS Office and more.
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: PrivacyWatcher is an award-winning program for cleaning up the history of your PC and Internet activities and more.
It can clean up all your Internet tracks (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, etc.), including browser history, cache, cookies (with manager), as well as recently used documents, Microsoft Office tracks and more.
PrivacyWatcher also includes powerful tools for protecting your privacy:
- Highly reliable encryption of files using 448-bit Blowfish algorithm
- Secure files deletion to prevent their recovering with UnErase tools
- Startup manager to prevent unwanted programs from loading on Windows startup
- Desktop lockout feature for preventing the unauthorized access to your PC
Without privacy there is no freedom. PrivacyWatcher offers you a level of freedom, incomparable with any similar product! Each aspect of its technology is based on the incredible intelligence which continuously provides your maximal privacy.
All this is based on one principle: true freedom of creativity is more, than simply a sense of privacy. It keeps your internet and PC privacy!
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