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srtools1980y

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Recently I received WinPatrol Plus as gift & I installed it in one of the home system. (it already has avira a/v paid, Mbam free & ad-muncher paid). OS=XP Home SP 3.

I know it is a security soft. I went to the homepage, to know about what it does, but I am not clear. (Cnet too)

There are lot of tabs in the interface with explanations when clicked.

The puppy icon in the tray barks occasionaly. This is what I know.

Can somebody who is using WinPatrol Plus tell me what it actually does & how it protects the system.

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I use WinPatrol PLUS that gives access to Premium Access to PLUS Knowledgebase:

http://www.winpatrol.com/morewhyplus.html#plus1

For example go to Active Tasks and choose one then click on Info... then click on PLUS Info...

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I'm not a Winpatrol Plus user, but I do use Winpatrol on all of my machines. Winpatrol is a great little program. It's light and very effective. Sometimes a little slow to detect things but not excruciatingly slow. It actively protects the HOSTS file & any additions or changes to your services, amongst providing you with information about your computer such as scheduled tasks, running processes, services, start up & delay start-up programs, activex items, and many more. You can't go wrong by using Winpatrol :)

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I agree with swagger and I have been using WinPatrol since it became available and I even have a wristband that I take with me when I am helping people with their systems:

http://winpatrol.stores.yahoo.net/winpatro...-wristband.html

I keep WinPatrolToGo on it plus CCleaner:

http://www.winpatroltogo.com

I have to update the copy of MBAM installer on it I see.

It sure beats carrying a CD and the days of SneakerNet (that's floppy diskettes):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sneakernet

I also read Bits from Bill regularly:

http://billpstudios.blogspot.com

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