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Lock down a Windows user account. Unlike most other applications, this can be a standard user, making it much more secure. Programs that aren't permitted can be either 'locked', where a password is required to 'unlock' them, or they can be closed. Jimmy's Public PC uses advanced techniques to detect when a program opens. Unlike other similar products, which continuously scan for "bad" programs, causing high CPU levels, Jimmy's Public PC receives and alert when the program opens, improving system performance. Jimmy's Public PC creates a virtual drive, which the users can temporarily store their data. If a dangerous file is downloaded, Jimmy's Pubic PC will automatically remove it. Once the user clicks the 'End Session' button, their tempory data will be deleted. Programs. There are many different modes a program can be set to. The most common mode is 'Normal'. The program will appear in the users start menu, and they will have access to it. There are modes to: list a program in the start menu, but a password is required to open it; to have the program autorun when the user clicks 'New Session'; to have another program be able to open this program, but not appear in the start menu.
Price USD19.95
License Free to try
File Size 1.81 MB
Version 1.3.6
Operating System Windows Vista Business Windows Vista Home Basic Windows Vista Home Premium Windows XP Windows Vista Ultimate Windows XP SP 2 Windows Vista 32-bit Windows Vista Enterprise Windows Vista 64-bit Windows Windows Vista Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 Windows Vista AMD 64-bit Windows XP 32-bit
System Requirements Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
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