Privacy Patrol is a secure and easy program to clean activity and history traces and securely delete online Internet tracks stored in your browser and in hidden files.Privacy Patrol can delete cookies, clean index.dat files, clean the cache.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Privacy Patrol is a secure and easy program to clean activity and history traces and securely delete online Internet tracks stored in your browser and in hidden files. Privacy Patrol can delete cookies, clean index.dat files, clean the cache, erase the recent documents history, remove temporary files, free hard drive space, empty file and temp folders, just to protect your privacy and improve your system's performance.
Privacy Patrol uses an advanced cleaning method to ensure all traces of your Internet and computer activities are permanently deleted and unrecoverable on your PC. Web browsers only provide partial privacy protection by allowing some temporary Internet files and cookies to be deleted, but they do not wash data out of all the hidden files, nor do they delete the data securely.
Also the program features a “Panic” button to help you hide Internet Explorer window very fast in case you need this, and kill/block IP Messenger Advertisement and unwanted pop-up’s. Software is completely FREE and very easy to use.
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