What are the first things that get into your mind when you hear words like «privacy» or «security»? Is that something like «password protection», «data encryption» and other hard-to-comprehend stuff? Well, how about getting down to earth and looking right under your nose. Things you dont care about, such as cookies, browser cache, temporary and log files in a spiteful persons hand can cause damage from disclosing sensitive data to compromising your computer security.
If Windows wasnt too smart to keep secret copies of that sensitive data in places hidden to user, the prevention of the damage would be as simple as clearing browser cache, history and temporary files and disabling cookies for untrustworthy sites. However, the fact is that hidden «spyware» files are stored in many places of our hard drives, and its literally impossible to get rid of them without damaging the system.
A way out of the trouble would be finding those hidden files and disarming them; for instance, by resetting the content of such files. Thats exactly what Total Privacy does. This friendly privacy protection tool finds and clears hidden index.dat files that keep a record of every single web page you have ever visited or e-mail address you contacted. Other than that, the program takes care of all other privacy protection procedures mentioned above and gets rid of useless temporary files, releasing extra disk space and improving the overall computer performance.
With Total Privacy, maintaining the privacy gets as easy as running a little program.
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