|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows 2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||3.52 MB|
|Publisher:||Toms Pro Shop|
Publisher description for ApPatrol
Computer WatchDog After much anticipation, today's premier Computer Monitoring Software is ready for release. The company who bought you QwikSecure Folder Protection System, proudly presents ApPatrol Computer WatchDog. At last a software system that can monitor running programs, password protect your sensative Folders, programs and documents, restrict access to your computers settings, provide an internet and popup filter and establish sign-on times and shutdown times for your computer system. All in one simple to use application. This is the perfect tool for parents who want more control over their children's computer use. You can tell ApPatrol to allow only you to log in before any time of the day you choose and shutdown at any time you choose. Each day can have its own settings. Password protect your sensative documents, programs, folders and even complete harddrives from prying young eyes. Out internet filter and popup Blocker lets you set the limits as to what your child sees on the internet. Our filter allows you to not only block specific sites on the internet but also block any word or phrase you wish. Great for businesses who want to restrict internet activity such as surfing and file downloads. Restrict file or folder deletion, stop access to the registry editor and the control panel and even the task manager. ApPatrol can be configured to start atuomatically each time the computer is started and perform three different Computer Shutdown events, shutdown, reboot or log-off. Restrict user access to only those programs on the desktop. Auto-lock the desktop for security when you are away. Either immediatly or after a period of inactivity you set. Automatically informs you of new product updates. Updates are FREE to our customers. New 'Auto-Login' feature keeps your computer monitored each time the computer is started. The 'Minimize' feature keeps ApPatrol running in the background for continous protection.