Mil Shield 4.7 protects your privacy by removing all tracks from your online or offline computer activities (it also shreds the content of the infamous INDEX.DAT files).
NEW! SELECTIVE CLEANING. Many of the Internet Explorer tracks come from features that are good and convenient: Internet cache speeds up the browsing, cookies protect you from entering your user information over and over again, etc. Mil Shield selectively preserves temporary Internet files, history and/or cookies for chosen by you safe Internet sites. Another good reason to keep some of the tracks is to avoid being suspicious when others notice that your history, cookies and cache are always empty.
NEW! AUTOMATIC CLEANING. You can schedule background cleaning at each startup or shutdown, or when the Internet Explorer is closed. While running in background, Mil Shield is completely invisible.
NEW! PANIC KEY COMBINATION (a.k.a. boss key). Every now and then there are situations where you need to clean the tracks very fast. In such cases all you need to do is to press certain keys together and all open Internet Explorer, Media Player, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger and ICQ windows are closed and an invisible background cleanup is started.
NEW! Google Desktop Search Web History tracks are cleaned.
NEW! Now cleans all Firefox tracks.
Mil Shield cleans following tracks: AutoComplete forms and passwords, all Index.dat files, temporary Internet files, all Firefox tracks, cookies, UserData records, typed URL history, browse history records, most recently used download folder, recent documents history, most recently used folders records of the Windows shell, common file dialogs history, file and computer search history of the Windows shell, Start menu Run history and list of frequently used programs, Recycle Bin at low level, Windows temporary files, and restores your home page if it is hijacked.
Mil Shield also cleans the tracks of some popular applications.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.