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Hello to Everyone

Oct 16, 2013 8:37PM PDT
I am new in this forum. I have joined this Forum so that I could share my thoughts regarding virus removal or fixing threat. I found this forum quite interesting and hence I joined this forum. The site users are sharing good information; even I would like to share a bit from my knowledge. I am basically from New York, but I need to travel at several places for my business purpose and I also suffer from lots of virus problems in my Laptop. So I can possibly suggest some rescues to other users who suffer from same issues.

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That's strange.
Oct 16, 2013 8:47PM PDT

On October 9, you already posted in this forum. See http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6132_102-602926/virus-help/?messageId=5506294#message5506294

And this is what you wrote:
"Webroot is a good one. I have one on my PC and that works great....If you wan't to opt another one go for Macafee or kaspersky , they are even better ones...."
How can you suffer from any virus problems if you have such a good and great working anti-virus as Webroot? And why, if you suffer so much, don't you use one of the two you call 'even better'?

Kees

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Reply for "That's strange. - New!"
Oct 16, 2013 10:24PM PDT

I used to have my Webroot Anti-Spyware on my Home PC. I use to travel outside of my city for my business purpose and use to carry my laptop and I am having different Anti-Virus software on my Laptop due to which I used to suffer different issues.

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Then let me give you an advice.
Oct 16, 2013 10:56PM PDT

Use a good antivirus on your laptop also. If it's for business the company pays, and your losing productive time because of virus issues is much more expensive for them than a few dollar for a paid antivirus.

Kees

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A/V for L/T
Oct 17, 2013 5:12AM PDT

I use the Kaspersky internet security suite on my L/T's, it incorporates pretty much everything you need while using the internet at large. I've used Kaspy since the advent of Windows 7 after having done beta testing with other softwares, it has been nearly flawless. I particularly like the keylog/keystroke feature, among other attributes. There are others that may be as effective and efficient. Others will doubtless have opinions but for me, the proof is in the pudding.