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    Have something to say about Privacy Protector for Windows 10? Say it here!

    Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than Privacy Protector for Windows 10, post it here! If you know of issues with Privacy Protector for Windows 10, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)

    #15236425 Reply | Quote

    softorbit is Russian company will be protect our privacy?? scan all information from my PC transfer to their server OH My God!! latest news about Hackers from Russia, did many Job for the Government and live very VIP life.
    please user be careful and if you have any news please update all of us, appreciate your comments. Thanks

    #15236759 Reply | Quote

    bon logiciel, outil complet et efficace.

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    Peter Blaise

    1 hit at VirusTotal – from an anti malware vendor often presented on SOS, no less!

    I use Windows 7, for many reasons, including the need for privacy protection on Windows 10.

    If I have a customer with Windows 10, I’ll use a utility with ZERO hits at VirusTotal, and or secure Windows 10 manually.


    #15239671 Reply | Quote

    I’d really feel safer about trying this if it was at least in decent English. Gotta pass on it till I see other reviews with info. Army trained so always let the other sucker die first.

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    Sa Nad

    Windows 10 Privacy Protection really works.
    Ran Win 10, 64 bit.
    Wow!! I was pleasantly surprised at how efficient this program is.
    Having allowed it to do its thing, after making restore point of course, my PC ran so very much better, freer, and basiclly zero freezes. It’s better than Superman – LOL
    Thank you so much for this freebie.

    #15240642 Reply | Quote

    This would directly compete with O&O ShutUp10 and Spybot Anti-Beacon — both of which are from established, well-respected companies, and both of which products I believe are FREE. (Neither from Russia, btw — unless you have better info about this than I do . . . )

    For more capable Do-It-Yourself-ers who have the interest, there is a detailed online tutorial authored by an IT Manager that addresses most of these issues, found at: http://www.flashq.de/win10-stop-updates.html

    OTOH, I read one article stating that several of the Win-10 functions ignore measures like the Hosts file, and that you may only be able to exercise certain controls within *Enterprise* level Win-10. I intend to research that further at places like Wilders Security Forums.

    Some sources claim that even the better counter-measures out there would just cripple the OS if implemented, though I suspect that to be MS scare propaganda. However, I would definitely recommend making a good boot partition image **first** — using Acronis TI, Macrium Reflect, Shadow Protect (now called StorageCraft), Norton GHOST, or whichever imager you favor — rather than simply relying on a Windows Restore Point. Better safe than sorry.

    It is perhaps less well-known that MS did what it could to back-migrate some of that data-mining and privacy-invading behavior to Win 7 and 8, which may depend upon which MS updates you incautiously accepted, or declined. Most users did not bother vetting these things.

    #15250919 Reply | Quote

    I Still use O&O Shut Up 10 and have had no problems at all.

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