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SSDownloader 2.0

SSDownloader is an easy-to-use tool which allows you to download up to 50 major security applications in just a few clicks.

If you're setting up a new PC, for instance, then normally you might visit the websites of your favourite security vendors, locate the tools you need and download each one individually.

Here, though, you just click a tab - Free AntiVirus, say - and check the box next to your preferred program (free solutions from Avast!, AVG, Comodo, Avira, Panda and Microsoft are on offer). Click Download, and SSDownloader will automatically figure out the version you need (XP, Vista/ 7, 32 or 64-bit), and download the necessary setup file for you.

Need more? The program also supports the main free firewalls (Comodo, Online Armor, Outpost, PC Tools, ZoneAlarm, Privatefirewall) and malware removal tools (Malwarebytes, HiJack This, SuperAntiSpyware, Spybot - Search and Destroy, SpywareBlaster and more).

The "Other Tools" tab makes it easy to download some essential diagnostic tools, including Process Explorer and AutoRuns.

And if the free security world just isn't quite enough, there's also support for downloading your choice of eleven security suites (Avast!, BitDefender, Norton, Kaspersky, GData and more).

SSDownloader will only download these files; it won't try to install them. But the program still does a great job in making it much easier to equip any PC with all the security essentials.

Platforms: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Server, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 2.0
Licence: Open Source
Manufacturer: BBs
Date Added: {ts '2011-08-11 10:52:00'}


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