If your computer is running slower than usual, your computer may have a virus or spyware-software that sneaks on to your system when you're online to secretly gather information about your surfing habits for advertisers. Here's is an idea how to keep it safe.
* Get free check-up - there's website out there that serve this kind of problem like www.pcpitstop.com. You can sign up and click on battery of test. The site checks for performance problems, viruses and security risks and most cases, it can fix them too.
* Build a firewall - This software prevents others from gathering information about you, like the sites you usually visit and your internet shopping habits.
* Become invisible - since you're invisible while using it, your computer is shielded from sites that plant spyware onto it.
* Stop spyware in its tracks - stop spyware from changing your homepage or adding a new toolbar to the top of your browser by downloading the search and destroy software.
* Throw out the trash - for software that will find and remove any useless and unused files, as well as the history of your online activity information spyware thrives on.
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