United States of America
220.127.116.11 (Feb 25, 2014)
Reduced feature set of commercial version ... discovered this when I went to vendor web site to discover why it ran slower than I expected thinking it was doing more than what I was seeing but I guess it's just a bit slower than other programs that do the same or better.
3.0 (Feb 11, 2014)
I know it is a countdown timer but it would have more utility if it could also be configured as a typical alarm (set time for alarm); otherwise, it seems to be a good countdown timer and doesn't use much of any of the resources.
1.2.1117 (Oct 10, 2013)
Had problem first time I tried it but it went away ... now testing and will post updated review ... initial testing seems okay so far.
18.104.22.168 (Oct 1, 2013)
I've been running this for a few hours and it seems like it simply detects unusual programs and brings them to your attention without blocking them ... a pop-up occurs and then you can deny subsequent execution of the program ... more or less acting like a white-list execution blocker but it doesn't block the first occurrence YET. My preference is to block anything not known to be safe until I give okay to continue running. If it does then it might become an alternative for exeradarpro with removal capabilities. I'll continue to test it and note anything worth knowing.
Day later ... discontinued using mainly reason given by CyberDoc ... too much having to give it the okay to run programs even though you already told it so ... I suppose the MD5's are changing each time which can be a problem.
1.26 (Sep 20, 2013)
Had to stop using it although I liked it ... database sometimes gets corrupted and then I can't access it with password ... suppose that's a problem with these types of applications. Guess I'll have to depend on the cloud i.e. LastPass
edit: I might make a copy in case it gets corrupted again. I found a copy and was able to get into an older database but, of course, lost quite a few entries.