First of all, you must be serious about the security of your computer.
With too many virus, trojans, worms and spyware programs out there (the internet),
the risk is very high for both you…and your business.
Imagine this: A Spyware Program, In the worst cases, can track your keystrokes
and deliver passwords and online account details (e-mail, PayPal and more)
into bad hands.
Many people are innocently unaware of these programs silently running on their computers,
because some of them are very small and they don’t consume too much resources.
This has caused people to be victims of identity theft and viruses which can lead up to
thousands of dollars worth of damage either in restoring a stolen identity or buying a new computer.
And the problem is big: There are currently around 130,000 Spyware and adware programs
on the web, and all of them can be detrimental to your computer.
What to do? Should I Use a Free Spyware Remover?
First, I will tell you what to avoid: Free Spyware Removers. Why? Because there have been
an increasingly amount of reports that indicate as much as 75% of the free spyware removers
actually infect computers with their own spyware.
The other negative factor with using free spyware removers is the support provided for them
Don’t use Freeware here. This is my advice. Who and why would build a free spyware remover?
The most effective way to keep your computer free of malware, and to keep your computer
(and your business) safe, is to use a trusted anti-spyware tool and to do system scans regularly.
Trusted tools are here to help. They might scan your pc for free or give you a trial period,
but they won’t be free. Their mission is to keep the tool up-to-date and to help you.
If you have doubts, go to specialized forums where you can find more help about this.