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"Of all the programs that I have used help one know more about what is going on in your computer (the good, the bad and the ugly), this one is my favorite."
"WinPatrol performs excellently, replacing the need for several programs to accomplish what it does in its easy-to-use manner."
"Interestingly, this is one of the very few third-party software programs that I have ever seen Microsoft Support actually promote on one of its Help and Support pages as a possible cure for a slow-running Windows operating system http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;898583. This in and of itself may speak more favorably of WinPatrol than anything a reviewer can say."Unlike reviews found in the major online PC Journals, I have found the comments at NeatNetTricks Software Reviews to be completely unbiased. The reviewers receive no compensation for their time, but rather are committed to providing their honest opinion of the software under consideration. I think you'll enjoy what they have to say.
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