Laptop Alarm 2 Beta, Theft Prevention Software
Article by George Norman
On 19 Nov 2008
Do you find a laptop to be immensely useful, you love how it looks, its processing power, the mobility and you took a long time to customize the software installed on it? In that case it would be a shame to have it stolen; that is why you should install a security solution that does not protect you from online threats, but from a more real danger – laptop theft.

This piece of software developed by has several features working in its advantage. It is free to download; not that you will notice when this happens, because at about 300KB, the download will be over in a blink of an eye. It will work on several Windows-based operating systems; Windows 98, NT, 2000, and XP (no Vista for now).


How exactly does the Laptop Alarm 2 Beta software protect your laptop from getting stolen? Since the device is fitted with speakers, when certain events occur, the software will emit a loud noise through the speakers. The events are as follow: the power supply cable is removed; the mouse is moved or unplugged; shut down sequence is initiated. The only downside is that the program refuses to run in the background and that the alarm sound cannot be modified.

To my mind, Laptop Alarm 2 Beta is a handy piece of software for all laptop owners that are constantly on the move. It is incredibly easy to have your laptop stolen when you are in a busy airport, but the alarm sound is loud enough to be distinguished over the background noise. It is also a good idea to use it if you are a college student who lives in a dorm; you wouldn’t want someone to run off with the laptop on which you stored all your precious work, do you?

If you would like to test the features of this software, a download link is available here. Alternative download link available here.

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