SyvirMon Std. Virtual Computer 1.00 SyvirMon enables you to monitor the performance of your computer. With SyvirMon you can receive alerts when your computer is under heavy workload. Includes a virtual computer that simulates what is going on inside your computer.
SyvirCom Std. 1.00 Watch your PC work! Real time virtual computer shows your PC working. SyvirCom monitors the main hardware on your computer. The virtual reality simulations change in unison with changes on the systems motherboard.
Description: FREE System Monitor. SyvirMon enables you to monitor the performance of your computer. Monitors CPU useage, available physical and virtual memory. Hard disk space and Internet useage monitoring. With SyvirMon you can receive alerts when your computer is under heavy workload. SyvirMon does not intercept and change any data on your computer, the program just monitors changes that take place on your system. Once the program is loaded into the System tray, SyvirMon can be left to monitor your computer in the background. When in Monitor mode SyvirMon produces three alerts based on the workload of your system. A Red icon appears in the system tray when the computer is under heavy workload. A green icon means the computer is running OK!. Upgrade to SyvirMon standard and use a virtual computer that monitors your computers motherboard and hard disk in real time.
System Monitor Software 7.0 This software offers a solution to users who want to monitor hardware on your computer. The following hardware resources are displayed: physical memory, virtual memory, page file
System Monitor 1.4 System Monitor is designed to monitor and manage Microsoft Windows computers on a network. It can monitor the usage of CPU, Memory, Disk Drives and Network Adapters and notify you
Encryption Plus Hard Disk 7.1 Encryption Plus Hard Disk 7.1 from PC Guardian Technologies offers military-grade encryption for sensitive information.
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