Repair-and-Secure has announced Win Clear (erase Windows history) v2.57
Win Clear is an Internet history cleaner that protects your Internet privacy by cleaning up all tracks of your Internet and computer activity
Top reasons to erase your Internet History:
Information about all the sites that you visited is stored on your computer. Simply clicking on delete Internet Temp Files, History or Cookies will not protect your privacy.Every image that you have ever viewed, sent or received over the Internet is stored on your hard drive. Be it personal pictures or confidential business charts, these can be accessed by any snooper.
There is a record of every program that you have ever downloaded or used on your hard drive. What you use on your computer should be your business and nobody else's.The windows "delete" button and the "empty recycle bin" option does NOT delete your files. This just makes it easy for prying eyes to gain access to your sensitive data.Improve the speed of your computer and free valuable space taken by your computers history files. Download Win Clear software right now.
Pricing and Availability
Win Clear (erase Windows history) v2.57 runs under Win95,Win98,WinME,WinXP,Windows2000,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home Premium,Windows Vista Business,Windows Vista Home Basic x64,Windows Vista Home Premium x64,Windows Vista Business x64 and costs $37 (US). Licensed users are entitled to the fully-functional copy of the software.
Further information on the product, as well as its free evaluation copy is available from http://winclear.repairandsecure.com. The program comes with an installer and uninstaller for easy usage.
Repair-and-Secure is located in Seattle, United States of America. The company is proud to be member of the following organisations: Regnow (http://www.regnow.com/ - 16814).For further information about Repair-and-Secure visit http://www.repairandsecure.com. You will also find all contact information as well as a profil there.
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