Before installing xp-AntiSpy, it is important to keep your computer clean. This means scanning for malware, cleaning up your hard drive, and uninstalling unnecessary programs. You should also enable Windows’ Automatic Update and periodic backups. These steps should ensure that your computer is ready to run with xp-AntiSpy installed.
XP-AntiSpy 3.98-2 fixes a bug with the activation of the firewall on Windows 7
XP AntiSpy 3.98 fixes a bug that prevents it from activating the firewall on Windows 7. The bug affected the activation of the firewall on Windows 7 and is now fixed in XP AntiSpy 3.98. This version also fixes some other minor bugs.
The first change is that the ‘Task Bar’ now has a few useful functions. These include volume control, monitor mute, and the ability to delete the contents of the recycle bin. Other changes include the addition of an AppCrashView, BlueScreenView, BluetoothView, and DevManView. Additionally, DownTester now adds links to download GNU/Linux ISO images.
Another important change is the ‘Unlocker’ tool, which fixes a problem with some systems. Now, it works correctly from the main menu or bar. ‘Unlocker’ tool now works properly from the main menu and bar.
‘Check profile at logon’ option is now available in XP AntiSpy. If you don’t want to activate it, you can check the box and click Reapply. The program now supports JPEG2000, Google WebP, and Microsoft HD Photo Format.
‘Add/Remove’ option in the Control Panel allows you to uninstall the program. The new version also fixes a bug with the activation of the firewall. This is a great improvement over XP AntiSpy 3.98-1.
XP-AntiSpy 3.98-2 fixes a bug with the current selected profile
XP-AntiSpy 3.97.22 fixes a bug in the Hide shortcut arrow in the settings menu. This bug affected users on 64-bit systems, and it is now fixed in this new version. In addition, XP-AntiSpy now includes an entry for checking the profile at logon. If the current profile is not active, a dialog window will appear and ask you to apply it again.
This bug was affecting the ‘currently selected profile’. It caused the program to display incorrect information for the current selected profile. The program now displays the correct information, such as the profile name. It also displays a profile description and image. Users can also choose the region in which the profile is installed.
XP-AntiSpy is a small, free utility that enables users to control which features are enabled on their PCs. Users can choose to enable or disable the autorun feature, enable or disable fast shutdown, disable the scripting host, and hide the computer’s name from network crawlers.
XP-AntiSpy 3.97-2 fixes a bug with the current selected user profile. This version also adds a new feature to prevent the program from resetting the profile to a previously selected one. This new feature is also more powerful and enables you to control the number of users.