Free Version Protection

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by Cellus, Mar 26, 2004.

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  1. Cellus

    Cellus Guest

    I am here to pose a question out there that I am sure can be answered. I am downloading the free version of Process Guard to evaluate whether or not it I should purchase the registered version for protecting my PC. So for all boasting aside I ask...

    What one process should I protect on my computer that would best protect the overall security of my PC? I am aware of course that the registered version is capable of protecting an unlimited number of processes. However, my primary concern is evaluating its protection of my PC. Currently I am running a Win98 system with Norton Internet Security (and Norton Antivirus as a part of it). So which one process shall I have set to protect? Should I have it protect explorer.exe (which I am shaky about as I am worried its vigilance will affect system performance) or one of the plethora of NIS processes (of which I have little idea what does what)? Your recommendation would help a lot.

    Thank you DCS in creating this intriguing security program. I hope I will find it satisfactory in that I may purchase the registered version.
     
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    Cellus Guest

    I forgot to mention one of the more crucial questions that goes with the original. What settings should I set Process Guard on this one process I will be protecting?
     
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