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Free Privacy Sweeper

Violation of a person’s privacy is a common occurrence nowadays, traces of your surfing habits left behind on a computer, especially on public terminals, cookie tracks and traces of other computer activities are common practices. As privacy has prime importance we need to take extra care in order to protect it.

Free Window Sweeper is a free privacy tool for cleaning up the history of your activities on a computer. It allows you to remove Internet and computer traces, browser history, cookies, index.dat files, typed URLs and more with a single click.

It also offers support for many 3rd party applications Such as Firefox, Opera, Real player, etc and can clean custom file, folder or registry locations. It also has a cookie keeper and has a secure deletion method to completely eliminate all traces of the deleted data.

The application not requires any advanced knowledge to operate. After installation just select what you want to clean from program’s window. Then click ‘Test’ and then ‘Clean’ button to wipe out files and traces.


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