Opinions On Software Please

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Trooper, May 23, 2005.

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  1. Trooper

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    safe xp would be better for the average user in my opinion. see screen shot
     

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  3. Trooper

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    Thanks for the follow up bigc.

    Has anyone here used these pieces of software? Any pros/cons?

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    Jag
     
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    I use safexp and think it is a useful piece of software it has some very useful functions for windows functions such as WMP auto update and IE controls. another very useful app is XP-antispy here which is also free ;)
     
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    Thanks bigc once again. :D

    I was thinking of trying XP-antispy but I had heard some negative stuff on it some time ago (not on these forums however).

    I will dl it addition to SafeXP.

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    Jag
     
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    Remember what you change, just in case. :)
     
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    I think SafeXP is a good one, you can always go back as shown in the attached shot
     

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    I use all three, they all do different things and complement eachother quite well. You can roll back any changes made by all of them, and the "recommended" settings work quite well (for all.) Unless you are on a network and share harddrive space with other computers, you should not notice any difference after running them. Also, if you don't mind paying $25, you can try Qwik-Fix, which works very well and auto-updates. Qwik-Fix does most things that SecureIt does and some more, including protection for some 3rd party apps.
     
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