neutrality and credibility go hand in hand with honesty drew
There is little neutrality in the world of recommending security products to other people
Chewy wrote:some programs go downhill, some get better, some disappear
with malware scanners, one is seldom enough, as long as they don't try and take over your computer and create conflicts
The experts here recommend the ones that are best for people, for a variety of reasons such as safety, system resources and any particular program related problem.
some programs go downhill, some get better, some disappear
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