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Personalized Health Report from CyberFlair Healthy Hints.

CyberFlair's new version can now also monitor the health of your computer.  It will bring to your attention possible security issues and offer advice and tools to help fix them.

CyberFlair Healthy Hints can analyze the integrity of the programs set to run each time you start your computer.  Such integrity checking will include examining that the program's author is willing to identify themselves officially with a digital certificate and to which product the program belongs.

Below shows the list of possible conditions that can be reported regarding each start-up program's integrity:
BATCH SCRIPT •  BLANK •  DEBUG •  FILE NOT FOUND •  PRE-RELEASE •  UNKNOWN AUTHOR •  UNVERIFIED •  16-BIT

Below shows the list of locations that CyberFlair Health Hints examines for startup programs:
START-ALL •  START-USER •  REG-ALL •  REGW-ALL •  REG-USER •  REGW-USER •  SCHED

Overview



Each time you turn on your computer, it spends time loading your Microsoft Windows Operating System.  When Windows is ready, it will then spend more time running certain types of additional programs that either you have installed or came pre-installed when you bought the computer.

The types of these additional programs are typically:

  • Programs that runs in the background in order to provide abilities to the computer or user.  Such as:
    • Antivirus software for protecting the computer.
    • CyberFlair Healthy Hints for reminding you of when a break is due.
    • Quick startup programs for providing a faster loading experience if you choose to use its product later.
    • Malware that monitors your activities and/or uses your computer's abilities to affect others.
  • Programs that runs briefly in order to check or maintain a computer or program state.  Such as:
    • Update checkers that look online for an update to the supplier's products you have installed.
    • Troubleshooters checking that its product is in working order.

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