Safe XP – Make XP run faster, more secure and reliable

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As everyone knows, Microsoft has announced no longer support the Windows XP, but AppNee believe that, for love or helpless, there are still a lot of people are using Windows XP. So we still need to consider  the requirements of this part of users , so as to recommend more suitable good software for them.

Safe XP is a free and useful system tweaker tool for Windows XP, it allows user to adjust various of security and privacy settings on Windows XP. Including Media Player settings, Services settings (error reporting, time synch, remote registry etc.), remove items from Start Menu, network security settings and more.

Safe XP will improve your system performance, make Windows run faster, safer and more stable! Easy to use for both rookies and veterans!

// Supported OS //

  • Works under all versions of Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP and 2003

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