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What do I want out of web browser?
A good compression utility should, imho:
Make and read zip files very quickly
At least read rar files
Make folder and zip very similar (ie zipped folder should not appear as zip file within a zip file (result too many utilities produce))
OK so PowerArchiver does the above and more - pity there isn't a free version which just does the above and could make PA mass product with the paid for version doing the more (encryption etc)
Price: Free Trial ($22.95)
As far as I can make out, to protect data, it must be scrambled, locks which dont, dont work. So there are approx three levels of encryption 1, manually compress files and use a file encrypt program 2, use TrueCrypt or similar 3, use full disk encryption. 1 is too awkward. 3 it takes around a day to fully encrypt hard disk and it would be wise to decrypt before, say, windows reinstall. So that leaves option 2 TrueCrypt (or similar) looking, for the time being, quite attractive. Frankly I wouldn't really bother with truecrypt alternatives, it is a little awkward to get used to but after that it rocks and will be major utility imho
I seem to recall antivirus tools pointing out problem but - too late registry already changed, and hard work trying to reverse that. Arovax shield demands ask before any registry change. It concentrates an that task and does it well.
malware removal tool
PC performance monitoring
remote file storage browser
secure messenger with self-destructing messages
Multiboot USB Creator
backup your files and folders
network and server monitoring