Most of us must have faced instances at our workplace and even at home or cyber caf矷hen any third person comes and stands behind our seat staring at our computer screen with wide eyes; carefully scrutinizing each and every mouse movement. This irritating habit of some people makes it inconvenient and uncomfortable for any user to peacefully carry on with their tasks on the system as it becomes difficult to tell someone to move away; it might ruin professional relations. Further, it is simply not possible to lock the screen or minimize windows whenever we see anyone looking at our computer screen as it may arouse suspicion or even lead to reporting from the boss. A simple and easy way is to install StaringBanish 1.0 on the system that can safely drive away peeping toms from your computer screen.
StaringBanish opens with a compact and systematically organized interface with the major controls placed at the top pane and assistive options placed at the main screen. Whenever you feel somebody is staring at your screen from behind or sideways, you can move the cursor to a particular region and hold it for a few seconds; thereafter a blank screen would appear and with an eye protecting message so that the person would think its time for some rest, nicely moving away. Alternatively, the user can select a banish message mode that displays on the screen and doesn’t cover the entire desktop; the user can add any message as desired to the screen and make it personalized. This special tool is a must for anybody who wishes to have some privacy while working.
To conclude, StaringBanish 1.0 comes across as a useful and practical utility for all kinds of computer users amidst all set ups and hence gets a rating of four points for its impressive and suitable performance.