Should I try ID blaster?

Discussion in 'FileChecker & ID-Blaster Forum' started by Comp01, Sep 18, 2003.

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  1. Comp01

    Comp01 Registered Member

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    I'm just wonderig, as I'm trying to secure my computer as best possible, should I try this software? can it mess my computers regsitry up? does it use much resources? etc?
     
  2. TinyMember

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    I see this program more as a poke in the eye for Big Brother he's watching you know!
    Learn to back up your registry (its easy I'm newb & I can do it) there are excellent sites out there explaining how or search wilders forum .
    about a MB of ram on my system I think & I only have 56 but its 1 of the few prog's I have in my startup folder
    Read the FAQs & other posts
    Make sure you note down your original i.D numbers
    Hope some wiser heads post here but its working ok 4 me
    Anyway ya just gota love freeware :)
     
  3. Comp01

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    Yeah, I installed it yesterday, I saved all my original ID's, it doesnt take much resources up (my system is uhh, crappy? lol) its not bad though..
     
  4. nameless

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    ID-Blaster Plus is definitely for privacy rather than security. As for "resource" usage, IDBP has been running for about 10 hours on my system as I write this, and it has taken a total of 0.859 seconds (that's less than ONE second) CPU time, and about 8-MB of memory. That's very good.
     
  5. TinyMember

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    Perhaps being less visible is is also a form of security
    Opps that reminds me should I be posting :blink:
     
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