Many factors contribute to the likelihood that your computer will get infected with a virus. Your handling of e-mail messages from people you don’t know is one of the biggest factors, as is the general health of your antivirus software. Does your computer have a virus — right now? Wouldn’t you like to know?! Some symptoms may indicate a virus, but other symptoms probably don’t. By performing a simple procedure, you can determine this reliably. If you have a virus, a couple more steps and ZAP, it’s gone. And with relative ease, you can eliminate any spyware on your computer, too.
Many computing habits are associated with a far lower risk of getting infected by computer viruses and other similar trouble. Among them are keeping your antivirus software up to date and periodically installing security patches. The first important task to virus-free computing is to check whether your computer has antivirus software, and if so, whether it’s in good condition or not. There are a number of ways to tell whether antivirus software is present, and whether its basic components are functioning correctly
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