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On 08/06/2013 11:49 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
I tend to take the view that some users will always manage to infect Windows without even seeming 
to try.  Others will find their system gets infected despite elaborate precautions that no other 
sane person would bother with.

It's more a case of setting things up so that after it does get infected you have some way of 
dealing with it.  Sometimes it's a simple little infection other times it might need a complete 

Taking reasonable precautions makes sense but too much serious hampers productivity and becomes 
more of a problem than an actual infection would be.

Just my 2 cents
Regards from
Tom :)

When I signed up for my local Cable/Internet service, I was given a free subscription to McAfee AntiVirus. Whether or not it provides good protection, I'll never know as it slowed my computer down to a crawl, with frequent updating and automatic scanning. I got so frustrated that I uninstalled it and installed MS Security Essentials. I have found no reason to distrust SE, and it seems to behave and at least stays out of way when I'm working.


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