What Is System Protect?

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    Re: What Is Syetem protect?

    Did you not read the link you posted? It's just what the link says that it is, File and Folder Protection. I've tested it out and it works well. You can define your own files/folders to be protected in addition to what it protects by default. The default protection of the system, if I remember correctly has to be disabled when doing Win Updates etc.. It can be configured to default deny/block editing/deleting etc.. or set to ask which will give a popup with options for what to do. In short, I liked it but get the same thing out of RTD.
     
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    Re: What Is Syetem protect?

    cool:thumb: so it is silent if configure to?thanks again
     
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    Re: What Is Syetem protect?

    As best I can remember, it did. I really liked it alot but since RTD would do the same thing, I couldn't justify the overhead. Give it try. It installed/uninstalled without any problems. When trialing an app, I still run through the uninstall process before rolling back to a prior snapshot.
     
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    i'll try it in one of my box to see how it works;) thanks
     
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    thanks:thumb:
     
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    Be a bit cautious about using this, especially if you don't use any backups. (And don't not use some kind of backups.)
    It was tracked down as being the culprit during a broken Windows update which created quite a few problems on my XP Home system. Needed a bit of expert help to put things right.
    It's not supported much; Crawler seem to be more interested in SpywareTerminator.
     
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    Thank you :thumbd:
     
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    thanks for the advise:)
     
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