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Shadow Defender PC Free @ Sharewareonsale
Shadow Defender for PC, Xp, 7,8,8.1,10

Normally $35 or £28.72 but Free for the next 18 hours!

Shadow Defender is an easy-to-use security solution (for Windows operating systems) that protects your PC/laptop real environment against malicious activities and unwanted changes.

Shadow Defender can run your system in a virtual environment called 'Shadow Mode'. 'Shadow Mode' redirects each system change to a virtual environment with no change to your real environment. If you experience malicious activities and/or unwanted changes, perform a reboot to restore your system back to its original state, as if nothing happened.

With Shadow Defender, you have the flexibility to specify which files and folders are permanently saved to the real environment. This ensures important files and folders are kept after a reboot.

If you want to make a maintenance-free computer, Shadow Defender will be your best choice.

6 Comments

MalwareBytes seems to do the job for me, but this looks more feature-rich, thats for sure.

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Thebobwil

MalwareBytes seems to do the job for me, but this looks more … MalwareBytes seems to do the job for me, but this looks more feature-rich, thats for sure.



I was thinking this would be great for people still on Windows XP especially, seeing as there are no updates anymore

Thebobwil

MalwareBytes seems to do the job for me, but this looks more … MalwareBytes seems to do the job for me, but this looks more feature-rich, thats for sure.


This and Malwarebytes are two totally different types of software.

roycom

This and Malwarebytes are two totally different types of software.



I nearly said yep Maleware bytes for me too, but your right completely different fish.

Benchmarking my PC always shows a slow-down when installing third-party security apps. I think MS Essentials is just fine so long as you don't click on silly e-mails promising owt for nowt or links from and to dubious web-sites. I guess the feeble-minded who negotiate porn sites are most at risk. I use a Windows PC exclusively for Steam and Uplay gaming; very occasionally I might be too lazy to bother with the Mac when linking to Steam, Ubisoft or HUKD pages.
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