Question about Dell Inspiron 5100 Laptop
Preventing re-infection is actually the easiest part. Always make good back ups of all your important data using external media first and foremost. This will allow you to re-install should you need to. Then it's just a simple matter of scanning your computer system at least once a week, or more if you can, and remove spyware if you find it.
Always update spyware removal programs with the latest signature files on a regular basis for best results. It's relatively easy to remove spyware and stay on top of the situation. After all, it's your computer and your private data that's at risk, so it surely must be worth the effort!
Posted on Feb 23, 2012
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