Author: Mike - Replies: 73 - Views: 26776
[Official Giveaway] Sandboxie - Home Use Lifetime - 4 licenses
Sandboxie Review & Home Use Lifetime License Giveaway

Sandboxie is a different way of protecting yourself from harmful sites. Sometimes you become curious on a site and would like to still check it out even if you are not downloading anything. If you have Sandboxie running you will still be protected from any harmful threats. Sandboxie works in containing the program you open inside a small
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Idoo AntiSpyware Pro - Free - Use Mirror 1 to download
windows os - lifetime license with updates until the next major version and cannot be re-installed after giveaway

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How to Use the Windows 10 Settings App to Free Up Disk Space
The Windows Team is serious about making Control Panel obsolete. I would not be surprised if it disappears within the next few revision of Windows 10. We have showed you how to use features like Disk Cleanup to free up drive space, which comes in handy if you upgraded from an older version of Windows. When you upgrade, Windows 10 setup will preserve your old W
Author: Cyber - Replies: 5 - Views: 1028
Free Panda Antivirus Pro 2016 1-computer 6-month license, for noncommercial use
Author: Mike - Replies: 7 - Views: 1702
Do You Use Antivirus Apps on Your Smartphone or Tablet?
AV-Test.org tests gave top marks to Alibaba Mobile Security, AVL by Antiy, Baidu, BitDefender, BullGuard, ESET, G Data, Kaspersky Lab, Qihoo 360, and Sophos antivirus apps. Your risk of downloading malware depends on the mobile platform that you use, as do your options for preventing it. No matter what smartphone or tablet you have, it’s probably a good idea to run at least some kind of protection. Do you currently use a security app? If not do you plan on it? Let other members know
Author: Mike - Replies: 35 - Views: 6939
Sandboxie - Home Use Annual Subscription St Patrick's Day Giveaway
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[size=large]One of the greatest Irish festivals St. Patrick's Day or Paddy's Day celebrated internationally on March 17th commemorates the death of St. Patrick the patron saint of Ireland. A festive day for the Irish people St. Patrick's Day is a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland and also celebrated with much enthusiasm in places such as Canada, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Sumptuous feasts, green clothes
Author: baziroll - Replies: 2 - Views: 1117
Share which Firefox Addons You Use
use Bellow Addon To Get list Name of addons
Extension List Dumper 2
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Here My list,some of them used when i need
April 9, 2016

Total number of items: 42
Author: tarekma7 - Replies: 1 - Views: 509
Premium Office for free: How to use the Office suite completely free
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The Android version of Microsoft Office is available for all customers not available without Office 365 subscription. No problem: The office suite offers the same features - we'll show you how to get the powerful app for free.

How it works: Download the Amazon Underground APK download and log in with your Amazon account. Lo
Author: tarekma7 - Replies: 1 - Views: 1201
Use USB Encryption Tools to Password-Protect Files and Folders on the Go
One of the many security methods available for protecting sensitive files and folders is through USB drive encryption. This way, you can take the secure devices with you and access the secret contents on any computer, as long as you remember the password.

In the following guide, we're looking into three Windows applications dedicated to this task to show you how they work: BitLocker, USB Safeguard and Kaka USB Security. BitLocker is free, mad
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[ALERT! For Those Who Use Office 365] New Ransomware Targets Office 365 Users
[quote]A new “zero-day” malware has been discovered in Australia that affects all of Microsoft’s Office 365 products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

The malware was discovered by the cyber security company Check Point and came in the form of an invoice sent by email. The attack is designed to catch unsuspecting victims according to security analyst Raymond Schippers who said: “The email sent to Office 365 users via Outlook gives the appearance of an invoice in the form of an Of