The most obvious advantage of using a privacy screen protector is in the name — privacy. Knowing that any sensitive information is safe from the prying gaze of bystanders is a big positive. Clear Your Windows History. Erase all the tracks of computer activities: Delete Window's search history, delete open/save history, delete run history, delete swap file, delete temp folder, delete Windows recent documents list, delete paint list, delete wordpad list, delete mediaplayer list, etc. Privacy Protector scans your drives to find privacy issues before hackers can. It scans for sensitive information like phone numbers, email, passwords and saved credit card information that have been stored on your computer that you may not know about. Carefully line the screen protector up to device edges before applying. While slowly removing liner, bend the screen protector back and firmly flatten it onto the screen. Tip: If you notice debris under the screen protector, slowly lift it back up and remove the dust particle. Use a piece of tape if needed.

  1. Privacy Protector Mac

Privacy Protector is very easy to remove. At WinZip, we believe very strongly in allowing people to remove applications that they do not wish to keep. Of course we hope you do not feel this way about Privacy Protector but in case you do, here is how to remove it:

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Uninstall through the Programs menu:

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  • Click Start in the lower left corner of your screen
  • From the Programs menu, select WinZip Privacy Protector.
  • Select Uninstall.
  • Follow the on-screen prompts until finished.

Uninstall through the Windows Control Panel:

Privacy Protector Mac

  • Click Start at the lower left corner of your screen
  • Click in the “Control Panel” menu button
  • Choose Programs/Uninstall a Software
  • Select WinZip Privacy Protector under the applications list
  • Choose Uninstall
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