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Windows Live One Care is a slick software that takes up less space than many programs in the category Security software.It's a software very heavily used in United States, India, and Romania.I don't really think it's necessary to go through the significance of the different colors, you're probably smart enough to get the drift.The key here is that, if you're on a hub computer, the icons not only reflect the status of your computer, they reflect the status of the other computers in the circle. I've got our computers set to backup at am on Saturday mornings.Instead of my wife wondering 2 days later why she can't print anything, I'll see a notice on my computer that there's a problem with the printer on her computer because the icon will have changed to yellow. Let's say she tried to install something, then uninstalled it, but it didn't come out clean.Again, the icon change tells all, and when clicked: I can't tell you how much time this has saved me over the summer.
Since we added this program to our catalog in 2007, it has obtained 78.182 downloads, and last week it gained 35 installations.
If you're still sticking with Windows Live Mail 2012 as your email client of choice, there's a change to Microsoft email accounts coming that you'll want to be aware of.
Microsoft is alerting users that some changes coming to Outlook, Hotmail, Live, and MSN accounts will prevent email from being delivered to the Windows Live Mail 2012.
Unfortunately, the part I liked the best about One Care is being eliminated in Morro, the ability to know the status of the other computers in your circle. If I were somehow able to add up all of the time I have invested in free anti-virus, anti-phishing, anti-trojan, anti-everything-under-the-sun types of programs I've used, and then add that to the time spent on free firewall, spyware and backup programs, and then multiply that by the number of computers in my house, well, it would add up to a lot of time. A hub computer basically allows you to see into and (mostly) configure the One Care program on the other computers in your 'One Care Circle'.
And this is what Windows Live One Care does better than any similar comprehensive protection/performance/backup program I've ever used. You then install it on the remaining computers in your circle, and decide if you want those to be hub computers, too.