F-PROT Professional for Windows 95 User Manual, 1
Table of Contents Index Page Technical Support Introduction Installation Using F-Prot Boot Record Support DOS Recovery Network Administration


Congratulations on selecting F-PROT Professional for Windows 95 for unsurpassed security against viruses! Please take a moment to complete the enclosed registration card, so you can be notified of future updates.

Benefits of F-PROT include:


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COURIER DOS and NetWare commands and prompts appear in COURIER. For example:

KEY + KEY The plus (+) sign between two keys indicates pressing both keys at the same time. For example, when asked to press CTRL+C, you will press and hold the control key, and then press the letter "c."A reference to another section in the manual will appear in italics.


To operate F-PROT Professional for Windows 95, you will need to have Microsoft Windows 95 installed on an IBM compatible computer.



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