Bufferzone Kidproof Your Computer Giveaway

I think that many parents have been the victim of their children messing up their computers. Teenagers and younger kids get on the computer and click on whatever they want to. They don't think about any viruses or other things they could be putting on your computer to slow it down or totally ruin it!

BufferZone Pro is software that will help you kidproof your computer!

It complements antivirus software by disconnecting your sensitive files from the Internet. Your children will then be free to click on and download whatever they wish and it will not touch your important files.

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If you have antivirus software, I know you're wondering why you would need anything else. The answer is simple. Antivirus software requires constant upgrading and maintenance. New threats and viruses are being found on the computer daily and this software will help protect your important documents from them. BufferZone doesn't require updates. To read more features and benefits, click here.

Minimum Requirements
• Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or Service Pack 3
• Pentium 3 or higher, 400Mhz
• 20 MB hard drive space
• 128 MB RAM

With my little man being so young, we haven't put it on our computer. We are going to put it on my parent's computer. I've been sick so we haven't had a chance to go over there and put it on for them, but they need it!

My brother is a teen and my sister is only 11. Right now, my parent's computer is running SUPER slow and we're sure the kids have done something to it. My husband is going to have to clean off their computer and then install this software to help protect files.

Unless you are watching your children closely while they are on the computer, they are going to click and download things that may damage your files. With BufferZone, you won't have to worry.

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BUY IT
You can purchase BufferZone Pro for $39.99.

WIN IT!!
One of my readers is going to win BufferZone!

To enter, tell me a story about something your children have done to your computer(If they haven't done anything to your computer...tell me how old your children are)!This is required and must be done before the extra entries count!

EXTRA ENTRIES!
You can do any of these things for an extra entry. Make sure to leave a separate comment for EACH thing you do.

1- Subscribe to my blog via email. Type in your email address over to the left and hit submit! Don't forget to activate your account.

2- Put my new button on your blog! If you have my old Two Of A Kind Button on your blog, take it down and replace it with the NEW one! THANKS!!

3- Follow my blog. Go over to my right sidebar and click on Follow This Blog! Current followers count too! Leave me a comment letting me know that you do!

4- For TWO extra entries, Blog about this giveaway and link it back to my blog AND BufferZone!

5- Follow me on twitter AND tweet about this giveaway. Please leave me the link in your comment where you "tweeted" about the giveaway. Just following me does NOT count! You MUST "tweet" about this giveaway as well!

6- Purchase BufferZone before the end of this giveaway.

Contest ends at 11:59pm EST on March 20th when I will draw a winner at random. PLEASE leave your email address if it is not visible on your profile. I will notify the winner on March 21st and they will have 36 hours to respond before I will choose a new winner!

Contest is open to US ONLY Pin It!

92 comments:

Madeline said...

So far, my little guy hasn't done any damage to the computer. Thank goodness. He's only 15 months old though, so he's got time.

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I'm a subscriber.

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Ally in WA said...

My kids are 3, 6 and 9 and have no yet done any damage but the 9 yr old is quite interested in using it on her own.

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Michele said...

My now 3 yr old son, went through a long phase about a year ago where he would constantly come and hit the sleep button on my computer and I would walk in the room and find it blank and freak out. I don't know how if figured out which one did that, but he sure got a kick out of my reaction every time!! Who knows how much damage he could do now the he is older :-)

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Jill said...

My kiddo's have very limited access to the computer and haven't been much a threat to my files YET.

They are 7,8,& 11.

This product sounds Fabulous, especially not needing to be updated constantly!

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Tia said...

My kids haven't done anything YET....but I keep expecting it to happen anyday. I try to be really good about telling them not to click on anything but things get by sometimes. My kids are 10 years old, 7 years old, and 1 year.
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YZgirl4 said...

I guess I am pretty fortunate because nothing serious has happened YET. This will definitely put my mind at ease, if I win. The worst thing that happened is my 2.5 year old stuck a memory card into a small opening on our computer, so unless we open our computer up, it is history. Thankfully, I had already backed up the pics. My youngest, 5 months, well we'll see what happens when she starts crawling.

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WiJoyMom said...

Right now our youngest (almost 14 mo.) likes to push the power button on our computer. It is so frustrating to be using the computer & then realize that it is shutting down. Ready or not! He is the youngest of 6. We have a 15, 12, almost 7, 5, 29 mo. old & the 14 mo. old.

A few weeks ago, I found pencil scribbles on the computer screen, I think our toddler did that.

A year ago, I couldn't find our computer mouse as it is wireless...I was sure it was gone for ever. After some searching, I found it in the desk draw (LOL). I still don't know which of the children put it in there.

Oh, I just remember that a few years ago, our 2nd child was using the computer for school work. He dropped a big dictionary on the keyboard. The keys were pressed in such an order the the screen direction was changed. It was changed so it looked like the screen was setting on it's side. Hard to explain...I had to call tech. support to figure out how to undo the key commands.

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NHmommy said...

well mine's only 17 months..no damage yet. but since he already loves playing withe mouse and keyboard, I fear it wont be long until we reach that point!

NHmommy said...

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Marla H. said...

My 19 months old likes to turn off the computer before I shut it down. So nothing too big. I just need to make sure I am always saving my files while working on them. This product sounds great. I have a 4 year old and a six year old. They like webkinz! They like other sites too!
Thanks!
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Jill said...

My sixteen month old loves to push the blue mouse button on my laptop, which hasn't caused any issues yet, but just waiting for a malfunction (dragging my files into the trash can, etc.)

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Liza767 said...

my son got a trojan from downloading and crashed my puter grrrrrrrrrrrr i lost everything

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JamericanSpice said...

My kids are 3 and 2 years old...almost 4 and 3. At present they haven't yet done anything major to my computer, but this definitely sound like something to have for when they are older

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Ashley said...

4 year old likes to play on Nick jr.com
Luckily she hasn't messed anything up. She has her own sign on, with blocks
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lindsey.hefner at gmail.com said...

My oldest is two...just because he is young, do not discount the powers of destruction that he has been blessed (cursed?) with. He found a way to turn off the wireless in our new laptop and it took an hour of frustration and a call to tech support to get it turned on.

He has also password locked my husband's work computer with just a few keystrokes.

angie said...

This software looks excellent. Well, both of my computers crashed from virus overload lately. Don't know if they kids did it, or me, but either way, I could really USE this software!

Turtles In Alaska said...

not only is my youngest click happy but she truly belives all the you have won pop ups.Oy vey the fixing I have had to do.

Sturgmom said...

Our little angel put a CD in our disc drive upside down, which caused it to get stuck thus ruining our drive and therefore the computer. But my parents recently gave us there old one and this would be perfect for it!

Michelle said...

okay...between my 3 year old and my 14 month old I have gone through at least five mouses, mice, meeses. Whatever. They have broken the dealy pluggy in thingy out of the back.

but the worst, absolute worst, was when DS accidently dropped the computer on the power cord and broke it off. i have gone through 2 cords and $200 for power to it.

-K said...

My kids are 8,7,5,3,1 and 2 months. The most damage they have done, unfortunately, could not have been prevented by software- a glass of lemonade was spilled on my husband's laptop- ruining it. Luckily, we were able to restore the files onto the new laptop. But, they do like to click on random things, and shut it off without warning. Also, when I was younger my dad brought his PC in for repairs only to find out that the problem was a graham cracker square in the disk drive!

mverno said...

35 and 32 thhy fix my computer as a matter of fact mverno@roadrunner.com

tutugirl said...

Right now for some reason, I can't access my Outlook Express. I noticed it after my 5 year old had been playing on it. I still haven't figured out what exactly she did.

clc408 said...

My kids are adults and know more that I do about computers. My cat, on the other hand, likes to walk across the keyboard and mess everything up. Thanks for the giveaway.

jayne said...

I'm a new subscriber!

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LeeAnn said...

I'm pregnant with my first, so she hasn't had a chance to do anything yet...although I won't put it past her once she does arrive!

LeeAnn said...

I'm a subscriber.

Caligirl said...

I'm in!

Christina G. said...

My daughter is 28, so she's never done anything to my computer. When she was growing up, we didn't have a computer. Thanks for the giveaway!

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Dina said...

My preschooler is very good with the mouse - and had managed to delete all icons from my desktop ac couple of times.

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Venus Montoya said...

My boys are 10, 14, 16 and 18. The only thing that they keep doing is adding toolbars. It drives me nuts!

Vmichelle said...

My kids are 3, 5, and 7.

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Karen said...

Nothing major yet :) Keeping my fingers crossed.

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blp3 said...

My 1-year-old granddaughter pounds my keyboard and I never know what I will have after she leaves.

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Bev said...

My darling girls ages 12 and 14 downloaded limewire and then a couple of viruses with songs. Ugghhh!

Robin said...

My daughter is 16, my son is 19. And other than downloading toolbars and things of that nature that I had to get rid of, my daughter hasn't done any damage to my computer. My son has his own (he needed it for school). The sad thing is the one I worry about virusing up my computer is my husband; he's the one that knows the least about computers and viruses.

Amy said...

My son is two and already fascinated with the computer. He's made what I've written disappear as well as somehow accessing features accidentally that I never knew existed

Erma said...

I would love the chance to win, thanks.
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idahomom said...

My laptop has no space bar because the kids played video games on it and beat it to death.

Mir said...

My daughter is almost one and hasn't done anything yet but with two laptops laying around the house - it's bound to happen one day!

Morgan said...

My now 19 son went through a "I want it this way" stage, and added a lot of programs to the start-up sequence so our computer took almost ten minutes to start.

hminnesota said...

kids have not done any damage so far to computer. Elder one chew on the cell phone and when we took that to shop, they said, it looks like the phone has been in the swimming pool:)
thanks
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Angela said...

DS 15 is pretty savvy and actually knows how to protect his computer. DD 13 is a different story. I have had to replace Hubby's laptop screen because she flexed it too much. Have also had to clean out a couple of viruses and recover some files she didn't think were "important". She is not allowed on my computer at all!!

Melanie said...

Ohh, my little one fights me for the keyboard constantly. She likes to "type" which is actually her holding down the same button for ten minutes and squealing.


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purango said...

When my daughter was six she erased all of my files on my computer. garrettsambo@aol.com

Milo's Creations said...

This is something we are going to need, my 8 y/o uses our old computer, but its not hooked up to the internet yet. Anytime now, he will be wanting to go online on his own. Sigh kids grow up too fast! Thanks for this giveaway!

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