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Last week we told you about Time Freeze.  Did you read about it? (Click Here) Time Freeze is a Virtual machine (of sorts) that keep your computer safe from viruses, spyware, Trojans and other malicious threats. It puts the real system under protection and creates a virtual environment for system partition, on which you run applications and surf the Internet. All traces and malicious threats will disappear after reboot. You use your computer as you are custom to. The difference is that, when you reboot your computer, it get reset. Every change to the system made by any program will be gone and forgotten.

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After the review and wonderful reception you gave it, Wondershare offered 5 licenses to giveaway to you our readers. We have now picked the 5 lucky winners. But wait! There’s more. To all of you who didn’t win a license – Wondershare has come up with a runners up discount – for everyone.

First our winners!

Here are the winners in no particular order:

  • Philip Wylie
  • Murat UZUN
  • elda taluta
  • Kevin Ross
  • Joko Lelono

Congratulations to all !

The winners have received their license in an email from me!

40% Discount on Time Freeze 2.0

If you didn’t win, or saw the competition to late to enter, and still would like to have Time Freeze. Then Wondershare would love to award you with a 40% discount. Click here to order your copy.

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Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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