FolderAccess 2.0 FolderAcces is a new security tool that lets you lock your files and folders with your personal password. Now nobody but you can access your most sensitive information. Locking folders and files also effectively protects you from malicious programs,
Backup DVD Pro 2.0.3 Backup DVD Pro is a DVD conversion application, which converts a DVD to simple vidieo file VCD/SVCD/AVI. It also burn VCD/SVCD directly.
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Description: The Internet is nobody's business but your own!
Clean up your tracks to protect your PC and Internet privacy.
AllCleaner for Windows is the original and most advanced privacy and PC cleaning tool. We invented this software category more than two years ago and since then more than one million customers worldwide have installed Windows AllCleaner on their PCs!
If you are like most people on the Net, you've most likely downloaded music on the Net.
Did you know that when you use these file sharing services, they track your every move on the Internet!
Did you know that your private activities and personal information can be exposed.
Protect your Privacy
Wipes away all history of your Internet and PC activities by permanently clearing cache, cookies, history files and more.
Clean your System
Removes unwanted Internet, e-mail and temporary files (like pictures viewed).
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If you're like most people, you spent a lot of money on your computer.
Don't let shady Internet companies infect your PC by putting Cookies or Unwanted files on your PC without you knowing!
Privacy Cleaner 6.50 Erase the cache, cookies, history, typed URLs, auto-complete memory from your browsers,the Windows temp folder and more to protect your privacy. Your computer is spying on you now
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