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The new WinPatrol 2009 released with new features

WinPatrol is a powerful multi purpose support utility for Windows that replaces multiple system utilities with its enhanced functionality. By using a heuristic behavioral approach, WinPatrol monitors your PC and alerts you to hijacking, malware attack and critical changes made to your computer with out your permission. The new release comes with some new features and has compatibility enhancements to work with Windows Vista and Windows 7.

One of the main features of WinPatrol 2009 is new "Recent" tab that lets you see new programs and settings recently added to your computer. This is helpful in finding malware that comes with multiple randomly named files

Another feature is increased background performance and reduces conflicts with other programs. WinPatrol 2009 hides individual alert messages and lock settings to prevent potential errors by other computer users. More features and download available from here.


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