Safe Surfer is an award-winning tool for safe surfing in the Internet. Besides blocking annoying popup windows the software allow you to control the content of sites you visit and ensure confidential Web surfing. Just surf safely!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Safe Surfer is an award-winning tool for safe surfing in the Internet. Besides blocking annoying popup windows the software allow you to control the content of sites you visit and ensure confidential Web surfing. The software is featured by an easy user's interface and flexible adjustment: you can easily customize it to your needs.
Safe surfer provides the following basic Benefits:
Safe Surfer will spare you from annoying popup windows thanks to a unique algorithm. The software enables you to manage your Web surfing by banning popups from some sites and allowing them from others thus making up editable access lists.
Ensure personal privacy
When your surf the Web an Internet site sends a cookie file which is stored on your computer. Such files contain information about your identify, preferences and even the Internet sites you visited and other personal private statistics. Safe Surfer provides for the privacy of you work with the Web by cleaning up Cookies, Web addresses entered and temporary files with graphics and copies of sites visited. Moreover, Safe Surfer increases free disk space.
Block downloading sites with unwanted content! Be sure that you and your family members, children in particular, do "legitimate surfing". Just block unwanted sites by naming key words.
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