Anti-Freezing Software

Nat Pryce np2 at doc.ic.ac.uk
Tue May 26 10:48:32 EST 1998


Robert Vosweide wrote:
> online <online at pathcom.com> schreef in artikel
> <01bd85d5$d70502c0$102852d1 at www.sa00bum.hellafax.com>...
> >       I would like to know which software is the best to prevent my PC from
> > freezing and I would also like to know if there is a demo for this
> program,  by the way I'm using Windows 95.
> The program "Norton CrashGuard" protect your computer against freezes and
> craches.
<snip>
> If you stil have freezes or crashes, do not uninstall the program.
> Because your not protected against very big freezes or crashes.


What's the difference between a big freeze and a little freeze?
Or a big freeze and a *very* big freeze?

Cheers,
	Nat.

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