I need to extend my WoW membership(from the 10 day demo) but I'm not sure if I can use this for the pre-paid time, or if I should use this. Which should I use for WoW Burning Crusade? E-mail your reply to me.
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Glad someone finally talked about my passion! :D To my knowledge, if you're using the prepaid system, then you would need to manually log on to the WoW website everytime your credits are about to expire. That said, i think it would be better if you were to sign up via credit card, as that usually provides a better options (unless you're a student, then, i can relate to your situation). And no, your prepaid time does NOT include the 10 day free trial inclusive. My suggesiton is try out the 10 days first and see if you like the program. Only sign up IF you like WoW. From what i hear, warhammer is set to rival wow in gameplay graphics and PVP.
And oh yeah, roll a lock in WoW. Trust me, you'd never be bored..
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There is a cheap, FREE alternative you may consider.
A FREE AND POWERFUL ANTIVIRUS
There's a few to choose from, but my pick is AVAST. You need to register for it, but it is totally free and no ads or banners. Auto-updates and option to upgrade to a paid version, but most find this unnecessary.
There is also Comodo Suite which has an optional super strong commercial strength Firewall, but somewhat annoying. The Antivirus gets better by the day and is now a top contender.
AVIRA is not to seedy either. Rated in the Top 3 Freeware.
Just remember to disable or uninstall the other antivirus after installation. If you opt for a free firewall, make sure you disable your current one.
These ratings change regularly as software is improved and contenders get more serious.
Another free security program that may compliment these is Superantispyware. It is currently rated #1 in the freeware list and also rivals some top of the line commercial spyware protectors.
do you need to scan your pc for viruses or for registry problems?
if you want to scan your system for viruses, i prefer you to download demo versions of kaspersky antivirus software.
if you want to scan your pc for registry problems, i prefer ccleaner software. it is available for free i guess.
try this. i think it will help you surely.
have a nice day.
If you're still running NIS 2005, I'd say it's time to upgrade if it expires in 10 days. You can usually get a newer version of Norton with an upgrade rebate at one of the big box stores. Hurry though.