The All-Seeing Eye
A game server tracker that helps gamers find communities to play in
- Category Various Utilities
- Program license Trial version
- Version 2.6
- Size 18 KB
- Works under: Windows XP / Windows NT / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98 / Windows 95
- Program available in English
- Program by Udpsoft
If you have issues with your device, you want to install this program.
The All Seeing Eye does what the name of the program implies. It searches for issues on the device that might pose harm. It can detect issues that would slow the device down or possibly cause it to crash at a later time. The download process is a bit long, but once the program is up and running, it runs in the background so that it doesn't affect what you're doing on the device. However, when it scans or if it sees something suspicious, then it will pop up a box on the screen. This can be annoying at times if you're trying to get something done or you're chatting with someone as you have to clear away the box.
When you see the results of a scan or see any issues that are detected, you are given a menu of options of what you want to do with the threat. You can choose to file it away or delete it, which is usually the best option. The program monitors everything from the games that you play to the pictures that are downloaded. It will monitor the drivers along with various logs to ensure that the system stays as secure as possible. Some threats do tend to get past the program. You can operate another virus protection program while this one is running, but it can sometimes slow down the device if they are scanning at the same time.
- Scans for all types of issues
- Runs in the background
- Doesn't detect every issue