|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,WinXP,Windows2000|
|File size:||816 KB|
Publisher description for Windows Defender
Over the years I have downloaded many programs and visited numerous websites. The majority of these programs and sites will only be used once in my life time. Either their just isn't any use for them or they do not liv e up to my expectations. Yet, what most people don't know is that every time you run a program or visit a website, someone-somewhere has the ability to change personal components of Windows. Just think about it for a second. The average person w ould visit literally hundreds of websites and download numerous files from the internet and from friends. Out of those hundreds of files, all it takes is for one selfish individual or company to place one line of code that can alter the way you have cust omized windows. Not even the latest anti-virus software can protect you. That's why I created "Windows Defender", it protects the 3 most vulnerable parts of windows, your "Favorites" archive, your Internet Explorer "HomePage&quo t; and your "Desktop Wallpaper". With a few simple clicks you can customize Windows Defender to protect your files and personal settings. Each time a program, website or user attempts to change your windows settings "Windows Defend er" will ask for your permission before it continues with the alteration. You can even password protect and automatically deny any alteration to your windows settings so any person using your computer cannot change or alter any of your personal sett ings. "Windows Defender" sits nicely in your Sys Tray (usually on the bottom right of your screen next to the system clock). The only time it will ever get in your way is when an aspect of your computer is being altered. In addition, yo u can set "Windows Defender" to automatically run every time the computer is started, which means you never have to worry about starting the program. With "Windows Defender" running in your sys tray you can rest assured that your comp uter is safe from selfish programs, websites and users.