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Tutorial Shadow Defender 1.4.

Discussion in 'Windows Applications (Freeware only)' started by ekzel, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. Shadow Defender Ver 1.4.0.558

    Turn your computer into a safe, virtual space

    many malicious programs attack Windows OS. Shadow Defender is easy-to-use PC/laptop security and privacy protection tool. It provides an excellent way to prevent unwanted or malicious changes from being made to your PC/laptop. With Shadow Defender you can run system in a virtual environment, called Shadow Mode. And all the attacks will happen in the virtual environment, not in the real environment. If attacks happened, all you need to do is to reboot your system. After reboot, your system will be restored as if nothing happened. And you can save any selected files and folders to the real environment.

    Besides protecting a whole partition, Shadow Defender can also protect individual folders.
    While a partition is protected, the message "shadow mode" will be displayed on the screen

    Operating System
    Windows XP
    Windows Vista
    Windows 7
    Windows 8

    Installing Shadow Defender
    Click the Setup.exe file. > click the NEXT > I Agree -> NEXT
    Type name and organization > click NEXT > Reboot
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    Open "Shadow Defender" interface under normal mode, switch to the "Mode Settings"page, select the volume which will enter Shadow Mode, then click "Enter Shadow Mode".
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    a message box will display
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    Select one option above and click "OK", then the volumes you selected will be in Shadow Mode.

    If you select 'Exit Shadow Mode when shutdown'
    the volume will exit Shadow Mode automatically when OS reboot or shutdown.
    If you select 'Enter Shadow Mode on boot'
    the volume will exit Shadow Mode automatically when OS reboot or shutdown.
    BUT when you log into windows next time, the volume will enter Shadow Mode automatically.

    Exit Shadow Mode
    Open "Shadow Defender" interface under normal mode, switch to the "Volume Settings"page, select the volume which will exit Shadow Mode,
    then click "Exit Shadow Mode".
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    Select one option above and click "OK",
    then the volumes you selected will be out of Shadow Mode.

    File Exclusion List
    Select the files and folders you wish to exclude.
    When accessing these files and folders, the changes will automatically be saved to the original volume.

    To add an excluded file do the following:
    1. Select Add File/folder
    2. select the file/folder you wish to exclude.
    3. The selected file will be displayed in the Exclusion List.
    To delete a file or folder from the Exclusion List
    1. Just highlight the file or folder.
    2. click the Delete button.
    3. The file or folder will be removed from the Exclusion List.
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    after 30 days i will PM the serial key for those who will tried & give their feed back in this thread.

    enjoy PHC!
     
  2. thanks for sharing
     
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  4. EARZE

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    thanks for sharing boss.. (y)
     
  5. thanks for sharing boss..(y)
     
  6. salamat po sa share :)