Desktop Armor is a piece of software designed to help users better protect their computers from local and online threats.
The application comes with a simple interface, which makes it easy to operate for all kinds of users, regardless of their computer experience.
The tool has been designed to keep an eye on all changes on the computer, immediately alerting users on these modifications and providing them with the option to reject them if they want to.
With the help of this utility, users can speed up their PCs by blocking apps from starting every time Windows starts.
The program can block content on webpages, thus ensuring that users enjoy a faster web navigation experience, and that their browser is kept safe.
The tool can also block popups and advertisements, as well as scripts can track user's location. Moreover, it has been aimed at keeping the PC safe from worms and other potential threats.
Desktop Armor automatically monitors all changes that applications want to perform on a computer and informs the user on whether they install additional software or place more icons than they should.
What users should keep in mind when it comes to this application is the fact that it hasn't received an update in a very long time, and that it is aimed only at older versions of Windows. In fact, it doesn't even offer support for newer versions of the operating system, which makes it suitable only for those with older computers.
During our testing, we noticed that the app is easy to install and that it can perform quite fast, without consuming a large amount of system resources.
All in all, Desktop Armor is an easy-to-use security application that can keep users safe when browsing the web, and which can also keep an eye on any unwanted changes that other programs might attempt to perform on a PC. However, it is not compatible with newer Windows versions and might seem rather obsolete to some users.
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hey guys Patriot coming to you from the desktop and I'm really excited about this product you're gonna look at today this is the FN a compensator by Ares armor it's a fully tunable compensator that you can adjust to your specific rifle and your specific ammunition it's pretty unique in the industry there's no other comp and I know up that works quite like this one and having several hundred rounds under the belt through this comp I'm pretty impressed and I did a lot of experimenting see the unique packaging here that it comes in and a little prescription medication container it says take for the management of recoil symptoms if symptoms persist adjust as needed which fits right into that tunability that I told you about for severe cases reevaluate technique love that as a machine gun shooter since I was just a little little tyke I've seen lots of strange technique out there so I really appreciate that they would put that on there there's some other cool stuff here on the side I'll take a picture of that if you want to stop the video and read that go for it let's go ahead and open this up one of the things that I like about this whole thing is just the marketing it really creates an image and it's it's unique another part of the marketing here is the ear plugs this thing is loud it vents a lot of gas out to the side but that's just the the pipe product or the the result of being so efficient so without a side does come with some paperwork says limited edition F&A compensator 5.56 millimeter this is to certify that the purchaser received the real one basically this is number 54 of 100 there was 100 of these made in the initial first run and 30 of these and stainless mine of course is the carbon steel style that is glued so it's kind of nice has the paperwork with it there here's the compensator itself and along with the compensator are a couple of other things that you'll be using here are three different thicknesses of crush washers or you can see that they've got the little teeth that's going to help them to bite a little bit into the metal on the back of the the compensator you can see where I have this one mounted here and and to press press fit against the barrel so you'll dial this thing in typically so that you'll have straight up being right here this would be the 12 o'clock position between this row and this row here are the little tiny set screws I'll call them they're not tapered screws but there is a bottom to each one of these portholes so when you screw that in it will continue to go inside the compensator it stops well short of entering the inside of the expansion chamber so that it gives you something rigid to tighten down against or it gives you a stop to tighten down against so you don't have to rely on Loctite completely you actually bottom out the set screw until it stops let's give you a good close look at that you'll see here it says first-run 54 of 100 made might be a little hard to see right here it says Aries armor and what you're looking at here are four set screws one two three four that were left in there from the last gun that this came off of which was a full auto m16 m4 configuration up front it's actually threaded again and the reason for doing this was so that you could stack two of these compensators together if you needed to now after firing this compensator by itself I can't really imagine the need for stacking two but I could see the benefit if you had a very lightweight barrel in that additional weight up front overcoming that initial recoil impulse as that round starts to travel down the barrel it creates inertia and before the gases can even affect or compensate for the rise of the barrel it does start to move up so what happens is the gas pulse pushes it back down to where you started and this is really easy to see with the with a four minute of angle or eight minute of angle red dot sight of some time so a good way to do it is just to stick it down range twenty-five yards I on a lipstick target or a human torso of some type fire this and watch what that dot does obviously you can't be blinking every time you pull the trigger but with a little practice you can stare at that dot and see exactly what it's doing and you can rotate this compensator left or right or plug or unplug these ports in order that you get just a perfect return with that dot so even if the rifle does move slightly to the one o'clock position you want to see that it comes up and returns exactly to where you started no matter what level of tuning this comp is at you'll always see some dot movement but what's important is that it instantly returns to the exact same point that you started at and this comp does that all right the compensator itself is exactly one inch in diameter and just over two inches long comes in at just under fifty three millimeters just a hair under fifty three millimeters the exit hole here is a muzzle is ten thousands over so you got five thousands on either side of the bullet that is a tight bullet exit hole there I had to measure it a couple times before I felt felt sure about shooting it but as it turns out there's zero strikes zero effect zero strikes of any rounds scraping or touching the exit the five thousands on each side if you have a good barrel and it's concentric it you shouldn't have any problems with that one thing that I'll recommend is to put maybe a third or even a quarter of a drop of blue loctite on this threaded portion it's basically a thread protector when they're not stacked that you put you know just a quarter drop a blue loctite on there and crank that down good with a strap wrench if you ever need to get that done you can heat the compensator a little bit and and remove that alright let's start talking about the configuration of these basically you have one two three four five six seven columns of porting about four rows deep this way so we shot initially with three complete columns plug so a total of twelve plug holes and as soon as I shot the muzzle went dip straight down and dramatically you'll see that on the shooting portion at the last third of this video so there was way too much compensation from the top of the compensator to push it downwards and not enough exiting gas out the bottom so it had such a dramatic effect we immediately removed half or six of those set screws at the bottom and we just kind of went willy-nilly and guessed we wanted to kind of spread out the gas we didn't want any specific area of the comp to have a dramatic effect gasps exit with a traumatic effect of blocking that gas right next to it so in so many words we kind of feathered the result of the exiting gas over a broad area and through a little bit of trial and error which you'll see some of at least our range session - you'll see how that kind of changes now one thing you'll want to do once you get this all dialed in and you figure out exactly how this compensator is is running and you get this dialed in for a particular type of ammo if you're shooting 223 it's going to have a certain characteristic if you're shooting a higher pressure five five six it's going to have another recoil characteristic and tune it into the ammo that you're most likely going to shoot the most of and and then leave it now it's always adjustable you can come back later but there will be a little bit of work involved and I guess I can touch on that now when you install these screws I recommend red or green Loctite might scare some people but apply a little heat to this and these will back out find no problem as a matter of fact I have green Loctite on these four plugs right now and we were actually adjusting those and removing them with a hot compensator without any you know stripped screw heads or any any problem so start with red if you ever see any of these loosen at all you might want to go to green I had green available to me and I didn't want to mess around so I used green but by heating this back up you can apply it you can put the allen key on these and and remove them no problem not a big deal likewise if you're going to be tuning this or retuning it to a different load or a different rifle these ports here that have not been used and still have threads in them eventually they will get a buildup of carbon and in order to reinstall new set screws for again retuning you want to have to chase this with a tap in order to cut that carbon out of there so not a big deal since we're not dealing with many many ports in this case only four that were plugged you're not going to have to do that to a lot of ports you know you might select half a dozen at the most chase those with the tap and you'll be in business again there was one point in which DC and I and coppertop were all shooting and we initially took out six of those twelve plugs that I guess that that were kind of around the six o'clock position 6 o'clock 7 o'clock position I kind of split it because I wanted to reduce that that 1 o'clock rise that's typical for a right-handed shooter and what we did is we got down to 6 we removed one more notice that it was still going down just a little bit and we removed one more out of this area here and we just about had it perfect for 223 so it was a very impressive comp hardly anything felt felt in the shoulder now with anything there's gonna be some subjective opinion involved in this and you'll notice that I specific specifically asked my test shooters to tell me what they thought of it just aesthetically the way it looked the way everything worked and it is a very highly machine beautifully executed comp they really get a nice job now it is kind of plain-jane looking in that it does it's not conformal with the barrel now in a bull barrel or something like that this would butt up nice and tight and it would be nice and conformal with the barrel but this one kind of flares out and sticks out there a bit but you know ultimately what I'm concerned about is the way that it performs it does have a lot of forward weight about 5 ounces of forward weight if you stack these you got 10 ounces on the end of your barrel again I can't ever see myself stacking two of these not on any standard barrel rifle if you had something that was really thin and you just wanted to you know I can't imagine anyone thinking that they would need it but if they wanted to test it and try it and put a second comp out front let's say they had two comps and just wanted to see what it would do you know I have no doubt that it would help tuning is going to be a little bit more complicated because you got to figure out what ports you're going to do what with my guess or my inclination is to say that you would leave this one fully open and go ahead and decide what one's you're going to plug on the forward stacked system so just because you have more gas leverage the further out you go the finish does appear to be just a blued finish perhaps it's cold blood I would like to see more of a a milspec finish on there of some type a black phosphate something that would be just a little bit more durable this is an initial run I suspect that in the future they'll be putting different finishes on these okay guys let's head on off to the shooting portion I think I've covered everything that I need to cover here wanted to thank predator armament again for sending this to me and allowing me to test it and actually I'm gonna get to keep this one which is really special I don't often get to keep the gear that tests but really really nice of them to do that I will post a discount code that will help you guys out on shipping a little bit it's going to be FN patriot and that's gonna save you about ten dollars on shipping they do have a minimum shipping it's kind of like a county comm or something like that where they're kind of stuck with the shipping that they have but that will definitely help you guys out so go ahead and use that if you're going to order one of these I'm also going to post links both in the video and down in the description box for a couple of their sister clothing companies so go ahead and check those out and enjoy the shooting portion guys
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|Added: Jan 29th 2018||
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