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Privacy Protector for Windows 10  Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — Privacy Protector for Windows 10

Protégez les données des utilisateurs privés sous Windows.
$39.99 EXPIRÉ
Note des utilisateurs: 88 (88%) 12 (12%) 0 commentaires

L'offre gratuite du jour pour Privacy Protector for Windows 10 était valable le 18 juillet 2019!

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Privacy Protector pour Windows 10 aide à faire face aux problèmes de confidentialité dans ce système d'exploitation. Il existe de nombreux services dans Windows 10 qui collectent les données des utilisateurs privés de toutes sortes. Cet outil logiciel aide à résoudre tous les problèmes de confidentialité de Windows 10 qui violent le droit de chaque utilisateur d’exercer une activité confidentielle sur son PC. Le programme s'adresse à la fois aux utilisateurs privés et aux entreprises appliquant des normes exclusives de confidentialité des données.
Grâce à une interface conviviale, un utilisateur de Privacy Protector peut configurer son système pour bloquer le trafic indésirable sur les serveurs Microsoft. Il est possible de supprimer certains éléments du système de télémétrie et de collecte de données, le reste étant simplement désactivé. Un utilisateur peut choisir, à son entière discrétion, les services de désactivation afin d'éliminer les problèmes de confidentialité spécifiques à Windows 10. Il existe environ 40 services (certains travaillant en arrière-plan) qui suivent et collectent les données personnelles des utilisateurs. Il est possible de supprimer, désactiver ou bloquer les outils suivants:
• Contrana
• Télémétrie de bureau
• Centre des médias
• Diagnostics d'efficacité énergétique
• Programme d'amélioration de l'expérience client
• Recherche Windows

Achetez une licence personnelle illimitée (avec support et mises à jour) à 70 % remise!

Configuration minimale:

Windows 7/ 8/ 10

Éditeur:

SoftOrbits

Page web:

https://www.softorbits.com/windows-10-privacy-protector/

Taille du fichier:

4.3 MB

Prix:

$39.99

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#5

Soft like this should be always freeware! Win10 is dangerous spy ! Cheers!

Lash  –  3 months ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (-5)

Lash, Re "Soft like this should be always freeware"

So you really mean that professional programmers spending their time to design and code a tool you like should not get paid for their efforts?

You do not have to use Windows. You can use Linux. That is freeware, because it is made in spare time.

krypteller  –  3 months ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+17)
#4

Does this program do anything that the free, portable O&O ShutUp10 doesn't do?

Bebop17  –  3 months ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+17)
#3

why wouldn't the end user just open navigate to and then fine tune windows to fit their needs? once done there, navigate to followed by and change your settings there, more specifically set it so cookies are deleted every time you close your browser. never let ANY browser retain passwords or login data for any website. download and install ccleaner, and utilize it every time you close your browser to remove all temp files stored on your pc. to help keep the machine free from malware, i suggest that you use firefox, with the malwarebytes extension, as well as installing malwarebytes itself. couple that with a good antivirus program, it won't make you bullet proof to hackers, but it will greatly deter most attempts. i am not a fan of using third party software to make changes to windows that is user accessible, for one, you are granting that software rights to make changes to your operating system itself. unless you monitor what software is sending what data to which server, this can easily lead to more problems that you are trying to prevent.

walt - IT senior support supervisor 35+ years  –  3 months ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (-1)

(walt - IT senior support supervisor 35+ years), because those are 7 separate steps, of which this tool promises to do 2 of them (and 4 others,) and that every time Windows applies an update, it may change or reset any of those 4 without telling you it has done so.

I have tried to monitor just one of them (whether or not "Customer Experience Improvement Program" has been re-enabled) and the steps required to kill it *again* and it's a pain. I'm in IT myself (software developer for 30 years,) very well versed with the insides of Windows, and Microsoft makes it hard to shut these services down. I find it tiring to stay on top of these, and I would never ask my family to do so. I hope they don't ask me to monitor their personal computers for this sort of invasive data leaking. I appreciate *any tool* that can successfully reduce my hands-on requirements here.

If this app can monitor quietly that Microsoft has once again opened one of these doors, and tries to shut it (and tells me when it can't) then the app is well worth it. At least until Microsoft introduces yet another way to monitor users that this app doesn't address (remember that very few, if any, of these, existed 5 years ago.)

Daniel - Windows Software developer 30+ years  –  3 months ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+11)
#2

I find it humerous when people feel the need to anounce their experience in the computing industry in order to add weight to their personal opinions on software they may never have even examined or executed rather than rely upon a long history of giving out sound advice... Facts are no compters operating system can be trusted 100% to be secure by design or to be sensibly written to not compromise security in order to enhance functionality and the same goes for 3rd party programs. MOST of Windows 10 privacy violating features are in the latter class by using cloud services to proactively report user trends with Cortana not "Contrana" as miswritten above and file download frequency to attempt to protect users from newly compiled programs that may or may not be harmful in some way but with no evidence other than it's not been downloaded much before by others or performance and error event stats reporting to hopefully pre-empt a windows component exposing a programming problem that only gets exposed after months or years of use. Or users spoken words or hand written text in order to improve automated recognition...

IF we are concerened about data leakage do not use the computer to handle data yo cannot afford to go public... e.g. if you are a UK Ambassador to the USA do NOT post in unencrypted form using any electronic or printed form any message content that could embarrass or offend those you are supposed to be an ambassador to.... There was never a need for a civilian leak... GCHQ and NSA would have a copy of all their unencrypted conversations anyway and could have and probably did release the data through unofficial channels to distract the world from the soon to be DRRUSA the new name for the USA if there is no change by the 2020 elections. (DRRUSA = Democratically Racist Republic of United States of America)

Never put on any computer system (unless you have to) any private or secret information that must never be made public or you cannot live with becoming public.

I personally manage my own systems because I am a tech head ... I block outbound telemetary I see no utility to and also do not store sensative data on systems in unencrypted form. I have manually made all the adjustments that apear sensible and disabled features I do not want and becuse I don't store critical data on this vulnerable windows 10 sysrem I only feel the need to re-check those privacy tweaks and settings every now and then.

I do what I do as it makes sense to me... but everyone is responsible for their own choices and do not feel the need to tout my professional experience to try and convince anyone that my opinion is THE right one!

My main concern for ALL these programs that claim to protect ones privacy or security is they ALL overstate their efficacy and try to instill confidence in the product which leads their users into a false sense of security or privacy which can and far too often does lead to complacency in their computing and data handling practices which ultimatly lead to ransomware, data leaks, malware infection, system hijacks and becoming part of bot nets and social engineered fraud offences against the complacent end users.

TK  –  3 months ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+7)

TK, What is one supposed to do if they either don't know how to turn off stuff running in the background, or what is spying on them, and what is legit? Is there a website you know/feel can be trusted that tells non tech heads?

Steven Alan  –  3 months ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+8)
#1

I found it interesting some time ago that outlook experience telemetary makes outgoing connection attempts even when there are no microsoft office products installed including OEM trials that have been long removed years and many feature udates ago. I use Malwarebytes free Windows firewall addon that reports every outgoing connection attempt and lets me choose what to do with the processes attempts at comunications. Far better than TinyWall that blocks everything by default and never alerts us to a connection attempt so we do not get to know that some new program may not work properly because it is being denied network access by default. And far better than windows firewall default of allowing all outbound connectivity with no notification or obstruction.

TK  –  3 months ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+8)

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