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PC Tools Privacy Guardian protects your privacy from curious eyes (Get a free copy of Privacy Guardian 4.1)

In these days, no activity performed on a computer can be kept secret. Windows keeps a log of everything you have done. Anyone who wants to know about it is capable of revealing it very easily. In order to keep your privacy, you need to have securely delete all activities that you have done on your PC, such as Internet tracks, history and other sensitive data stored by the web browser, data stored by Windows operating system, MS Office, Windows Media Player, and other third party applications.

Privacy Guardian from PC Tools is an easy-to-use and very reliable privacy protection software, which securely remove all activities mentioned above, and also is capable of permanently deleting files (file shredding) that you don’t need anymore. Moreover it also restores valuable hard drive space and speeds up your system performance.

The catching feature of Privacy Guardian is its easiness to use. Any one can use it without any problems. No complicated settings or anything is required. Just install it, click on ‘Clean now’ button to remove all unnecessary data securely from your computer.

If you like this software, you can grab a free license key now to activate it into full version. Just enter this Privacy guardian offer page and register your name. You will get a license key on your mail immediately. Download the program (Version 2009) from here and install it. Activate the product after installing it.


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