Find secret files picked up from the Internet, or extras in the system folders, by comparing file lists made by FileMap by BB. It is extra security with no need to run in real time. FileMap by BB is drag and drop instal with no Spyware or AdWare.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:49
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
FastFolder by BB 3.3.0 FastFolder by BB allows quick access to twelve selectable folders from a tray icon. It uses minimum system resources, and is a FREE full working version. FastFolder by BB contains no Spyware or AdWare and makes NO registry changes or secret files.
Description: Don't become complacent with Internet security. There could be times when your firewall is out-smarted allowing files to be secretly installed to hard disk through no fault of your own. For other reasons, files in the windows and system directories will mysteriously grow over time. If you had a record of files before and after, it would be easy to determine which files do not belong.
FileMap by BB lets you take control of the growing number of files by making a record of those in the Windows, the System, and the Disk Root directories whenever you like, easily disclosing differences when compared.
If ever secret files play havoc on your computer, you'll be glad you had this extra layer of security. It does not have to be running in the background to detect changes, in fact, it simply gives a reliable comparison between before and after file lists. It downloads in a few seconds and has a simple drag and drop installation, with no changes to the computer.
This program is a FREE full working version. There are NO registry changes or secret files made. FileMap by BB contains no Spyware or AdWare, and is totally non-intrusive.
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