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I didn’t want to do this, but it’s sort of come down to it. I am taking a little vacation and as such, I won’t be able to post for awhile. Since I try to keep a fairly consistent posting … Continue reading
Prevention is Key – Learning to Avoid Viruses and Other Malware If everyone who used a particular computer only ever used it for visiting known-safe websites, and those websites never got hacked, antivirus software really wouldn’t be necessary. That’s an … Continue reading
Getting a malware (malicious software) infection of any sort, be it virus, adware, spyware, trojan, worm, whatever, can be a real headache. Removing any sort of infection can be a real nightmare. That’s why many people rely on commercial antivirus … Continue reading
Safe Mode is a diagnostic start mode for pretty much any version of Windows. It is extremely useful when you are having problems, especially issues related to hardware or viruses. Sometimes, your computer may be in such a condition that … Continue reading
If you are not familiar with computers and software, then you may not be familiar with the good, the bad, and the ugly. They say, “knowledge is power” – once you familiarize yourself with “the bad” and “the ugly” (spyware, … Continue reading