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Whats the best way to delete a computer virsu?

Author : xxxpronoscoper

Submitted : 2017-11-06 13:15:27    Popularity:     

Tags: delete  Whats  virsu  computer  

Install popular virus removal software then scan for delete computer virus. You can use Avast, Kaspersky or eset nod 32 ani virus to remove the compute

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Install popular virus removal software then scan for delete computer virus.

You can use Avast, Kaspersky or eset nod 32 ani virus to remove the computer viruses...

HerdProtect
http://www.herdprotect.com/

This is the most complete or powerful scanner for computers that exists bar none period.
It is 100% free, no ads or scams and it will not only destroy your malware for free but it will provide an extremely detailed report of the malware if you choose the option.
This scanner uses the malware definitions of almost all the security companies on the internet that exist in one massive data base, 68 to be exact.
Also you you have two versions to choose from. You can permanently install it or choose the portable version which can be carried on a USB stick and when finished scanning you simply delete like a photo or a file, nothing to jam up the computer and nothing to uninstall.
This is made by an ex head of security for Microsoft who made tonnes of cash and gave this powerful scanner away for free.
It is the same type of scanner like VirusTotal but this is for the whole computer only, and VirusTotal is for small files only.
Instead of downloading and installing one by one and then having to uninstall one by one all these different antiviruses and anti-malware scanners those days are in the past these days we simply use a multi scanner this is the next generation of security.
This is a Cloud Based scanner so you don't have to download massive amounts of malware definitions like the regular style antiviruses.

Norton AntiViru

I prefer eset nod 32 but this is my opinion.

I have three ways that I trust.

I keep regular backups of C:, and I can simply restore the last clean backup before the virus (or is it VIRSU) came along.

I also have an XP system that I use specifically to run certain older software, which treats its C: as a read only drive, and keeps any updates separately in a RAM based overlay. This works fine as XP no longer gets security updates from Microsoft, and anti-virus software is getting rare for XP. I can disable the read-only function is the need arises, but since my data (videos, photographs and music) are on the D: drive, these get updated normally. Any new files to go on this system are scanned on a Windows 8.1 or 10 PC before being put on XP to use the older software. Most viruses cause problems to the C: drive, and as soon as I shut down or reboot, the RAM overlay is wiped of anything it picked up.

I have an even older Windows 98 PC. This works differently. When I boot it, it copies an image of C: in to RAM, then issues a command to shut down the HDD. After that, the system is entirely RAM based until it is shut down.

use your anti-virus software or use a free online scanner. many viruses need to be deleted before programs load in case the virus is hiding

The best way his to get your computer to me but since you probably don't live in Statesboro Georgia the next best thing for you to do is to install and run Malwarebytes and install and run Avast antivirus boot-time scan if that doesn't get rid of your virus nothing will

Get an anti virus program like Avast (but stay away from Kaspersky)

Install Avast anti virus.



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