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Windows 7: Retrieving History

22 Apr 2012   #11

W7 Pro SP1 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Nikki1969 View Post
Ok...I disregarded the threat warning.

I am only able to run the DEMO version of IABB...see link below.

IamBigBrother FREE Download - Internet Monitoring Software - FREE Download - Capture and Record EVERYTHING Your Kids Are Doing On The Internet With IamBigBrother

When I do that, there is no shortcut to the actual program on my desktop only a shircut to the page giving instructions of how to use it...HELP!!!!!
The program is meant to be hidden. There will be nothing on the desktop related to this app (the instructions say to print out the instructions and get rid of the temporary shortcut that it placed on the desktop). There will be nothing in the program files folder on the hard drive for this app and nothing in the start menu.

Users of Vista and above will need to modify their instructions a bit since the "Run" box does not show on the start menu by default. You can just type iview into the search field just above the Windows Start orb.

The demo did not work for me. I tried it several times. I set it up to capture an image of the screen every minute, but it never did. And the uninstall process failed. So, I still have every annoying file & folder that the demo created in the root of C and elsewhere.

Retrieving History-un-install.jpg

Once you get 10 or more posts, you can send private messages (PM) to other forum members that also have 10 or more posts. Please send me a PM and and I'll help you clean up the stuff left behind by the demo. I'm going to assume that the demo works similar to the full program and any instructions that I post in a public for would just help kids disable the program.

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