SecureUp is an enhancement to the security and accessibility already installed on Windows.
It sits nicely in the tray to duck away from those incidious extra windows cluttering your toolbar.
So what does it do? You are allowed to create user accounts for however many users frequent your computer. These user accounts can be set up to deny access to certain programs or even folders (ex.control panel). And if by any chance those users find a way to get to those folders, SecureUp has a nice back-up system so that no file disaster is possible.
- System Monitor
- Folder Monitor
If you are looking for cheap and effective security, this is your ticket.
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