Gary R wrote:What is best to remove a particular infection will depend on which infection you have. Best is such a subjective term, and doesn't really mean anything. What's best for one thing will not generally be what's best for another.
Keeping safe online is determined much more by your browsing habits than by what software you have to protect you. So if you want to keep clear of malware, then look at your browsing habits first.
The following article will give you a brief overview of computer security, and will suggest a few things that you can do to stay safer online ... viewtopic.php?p=557960#p557960
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