Virus Protection

Virus protection is important because even with all the media attention and awareness of the problem, computer viruses are still an issue that needs to be addressed when it comes to safe computing. One statistic on the internet reports that approximately 24% of the computers in the USA on that date (2/22/06) were infected with […]

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Email Spam

Anyone who uses email on a regular basis (whether for personal or business reasons) most likely has experienced the nuisance of email spam. You know the messages we mean – anything from herbal drugs, to low-interest mortgage loans, or even single people in your town looking for company. The people that send out these types […]

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Email Scams

Every time you open your email program chances are you’ll find a message that contains an email scam. When you think of the word scam you might automatically think of a criminal trying to steal your money. Email scams, either directly or indirectly, are designed to cheat you out of your money one way or […]

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Webroot Desktop Firewall

The term firewall is used quite a bit when talking about computer security. What exactly is a firewall, and do you as a personal computer user really need one? A firewall creates a barrier that controls communication between your computer and the internet. It can be either hardware based or software based. A hardware-based firewall […]

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Webroot Window Washer

Window Washer is a software program that protects your privacy by “washing away” traces of your online and offline activity on your computer. It also works as a system optimizer, improving your computer’s performance by removing unnecessary and/or unwanted information from your computer. There are two reasons you need Window Washer: Window Washer improves the […]

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Internet Optimizer Programs

Optimize your internet connection today with an Internet Optimizer. You can increase your internet speed up to 200%. They are designed to work with all types of internet connections (dial-up, DSL, satellite or cable) and can work with Microsoft Windows 98, NT, XP, ME and 2000. Many people don’t realize that there are settings on your […]

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