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Information about all the sites that you visited is stored on your computer. Simply clicking on Delete Temporary Internet Files, Delete History or Delete Cookies will not protect your privacy. Every image that you have ever viewed, sent or received over the Internet is stored on your hard drive. Be it personal pictures or confidential business charts, these can be accessed by anyone with basic computer skills. There is a record of every program that you have ever downloaded or used on your hard drive. What you do on your computer should be your business and nobody else’s. The windows "Delete" button and the "Empty Recycle bin" option does NOT delete your files. This just makes it easier for prying eyes to gain access to your sensitive data. Improve the speed of your computer and free valuable space taken by your computer’s history files. Sometimes as much as gigabytes of disk space can be freed up.
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November 23rd, 2014 at 3:42 pm

Easy Home Surveillance – Cell Phone

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Easy Home Surveillance - Cell PhoneClick Image To Visit SiteHow would you like the ability to check in on your house, wherever you are, from your cell phone or computer?

In the United States, the FBI has calculated that a burglary occurs every 8 seconds and that three out of four homes will be burglarized within the next 20 years. There’s no reason to wait until it happens to you. Video surveillance systems were originally designed to offer the ultimate in security for banks, airports and casinos. Recent technological advances have made them inexpensive and simple enough to be used at home. Most surveillance systems retail for $250 or more! In our guide, we show you how to accomplish this for free!
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November 23rd, 2014 at 6:50 am

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