Keyscrambler Premium - footprint?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by luciddream, Dec 4, 2011.

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  1. luciddream

    luciddream Registered Member

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    I'm considering purchasing the "Premium" version of Keyscrambler, but it has to be light, as I'm running a box with low specs.

    I'm hoping to hear from someone who uses it, that can clue me in on the type of footprint I can expect.

    Thanks
     
  2. ViVek

    ViVek Registered Member

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    not much, 3 to 5 megs.
     
  3. Page42

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    4 megs on 2 different XP, SP3 machines. :)
    How does that compare to your Personal usage, lucid?
    About the same, I'm guessing.
     
  4. ExtremeGamerBR

    ExtremeGamerBR Registered Member

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    And a program difficult to leave. It is extremely light, and make your service. :thumb:

    Use the Professional version on two computers - I intend to soon get the Premium. Its consumption is no more than 5MB.
     
  5. PJC

    PJC Very Frequent Poster

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    Keyscrambler Premium is light as a feather...;)
    A program worth having...;)
     
  6. luciddream

    luciddream Registered Member

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    Thanks everyone. Mr. PC, that was exactly what I was looking for! It's great to get exact measurements and all, but there are several other variables besides RAM that contribute to bloat. In the end it really is all about how it "feels". Do you even notice it's there? If the answer to that is "no", then that's my kinda layer.

    I think I'll purchase the Premium version next month... I've already spent enough this month. I'll feel better knowing the protection is system wide, protecting every keystroke I make from the time I type my login PW till I shut down.
     
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