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Started by Grampa Ken. Last reply by Grampa Ken Jan 25.
My first PCSrKenAverage TalkerPosts: 19Name: Ken McIsaacTrades:…Continue
its ok had malaware bytes too but did not put on this windows 8
have click free for back up ,Norton is on all the time. windows8 optimizes as you go along have had no problems for two years, I defrag every two days
I just read what I wrote. I didn't mean to sound so pompous Alex. I just got some very bad news and I'm not myself at the moment. Please forgive me.
I use Superantispyware every day and ccleaner each night and Malwarebytes and Auslogics Boostspeed once a week. Cleans registry, tracking cookies, disc errors etc. I don't know what you do, but I have three computers and am on them 8 or more hours every day with a couple of heavy duty programs I can't lose data on. Also I back up every couple of days. Can't afford to lose anything.
I use Norton no problems
What antivirus programs do you have Denise? There are a few good free ones that can do a deep check for viruses. After I put them on on the recommendations of two computer whizes, they've caught everything coming and going.
Good plan. I have 2 sets of rechargeable s and a huge pack of alkaine. I donèt watch TV so I donèt need them for remotes, but there is always something.
after two months I do a rotation change batteries in mouse keyboard then put them on my tv remotes lol and clocks., plus my neighbours know I keep batteries on hand so the come for batteries too.
Mine usually just stop, but I use rechargeable s and a charge lasts a lot longer than the alkaline ones.
good answer barb, I never think of that because I change batteries often at least every two months.
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