Protect your files and restrict other users from being able to start, see, change or delete them. File protection activates automatically according to the current user's idenity and the timetable that is defined for it. You can disable Internet acces
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
1st Evidence Remover 2.765 Destroy all hidden in Windows needless activity information that may potentially contain evidence and endanger you needlessly, and also remove temporary files left by Windows making it cleaner and running faster.
CD-DVD Lock 2.98 CD-DVD Lock is intended for restricting read or write access to removable media devices such as CD, DVD, floppy and flash, as well as for restricting access to certain partitions of hard disk drives.
Description: Protect your files and restrict other users from being able to start, see, change or delete them. File protection activates automatically according to the current user's idenity and the timetable that is defined for it. You can disable Internet access, games and the other entertainment during the working time. For example, from 9:00 AM till 17:00 PM the user "User" can use Microsoft Office only, but after 17:00 PM he can also play his games and see pictures while the user "Admin" has the full access at any time. You can define a timetable and a list of restricted files for each user individually as you like. Need to keep your children off your files and the Internet? You can define time periods for your kids when they are able to use Internet, games or the other programs. Also Access Administrator may protect files from casual or unauthorized removal. The program is reliably protected by the password. You will find the program interface very easy to negotiate. Excellent online help is available.
Access Administrator Pro 5.118 Controls access to files and folders situated on local media of Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP at Windows kernel level, allocates access to files and folders between users according
Dutch judge protects privacy of file swappers A Dutch judge ruled on Tuesday thatInternet service providers would not have to hand over names oraddresses of customers who may be illegally swapping films,music and other copyright-protected files.