Antivirus 2009 Removal
You swear that you’ve learned your lesson. You spent hours and hours of fixing your computer system. Counting all the money it cost has given you a headache. And you just now got your system back running as it did before Antivirus 2009.
Let’s put you to the test. Do you swear on your hard drive to:
• Never again download pirated software, music, video, or files,
• Limit your use of peer to peer programs.
• Download only from known and reputable sites
• Not borrow someone else’s pirated CD to install something on your computer.
The list could go on for a while, but I’m sure you get the idea: know the source of any new file or software installed on your computer. If you have a doubt about the source, follow your instinct and stay away from it.
These steps sound really simple don’t they? And they are, they’re just difficult to do on a regular basis. If you’re like so many of us who love our computer s, you want the very latest bells and whistles. More to the point you are probably long on desire but short on the cash to get what you want. And there it is, that state of the art program you just can’t live without. The only problem is that it can be yours only by downloading it from your favorite peer to peer program. “Go ahead, it’ll be safe this time.” And it probably will be, but be rest assured they will get you. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but you will be had.
That’s just what those mean malicious software guys want you to do. They love tempting you with a freebee. In fact they will go out of their way to entice you to go for it. Once you click on the download button they’ve got you again. All you can do is hope that you purchased the right anti adware anti spyware software.
If this sounds harsh just remember this, I want you and your computer system to have the very best of computing experiences. One of the ways I know of to see that the relationship between you and your computer is a win-win is to be on guard against those pesky little programs that are just waiting at the gate wanting to get into your system and run havoc with it.
Go ahead, take responsibility for what you put on your computer. Simply following the steps outlined above will insure that both you and your system will be trouble free for many years to come.