In a follow up to last week's recommendation, this week will also be talking about an antivirus program. We promise that not every recommendation will be for software or technology, but this seemed the most logical sequence. We mentioned that Windows Defender makes a great second opinion antivirus, and that's how we use it. Our first, and usually only line of defense is Malwarebytes AntiMalware, and it is the platinum standard for antivirus software.
So, today's tech article is on the heels of a few visits I made this week to clients suffering a computer virus. Each client had a different virus, but they were dealing with it much the same way. It occurs to me that many people probably react the exact same way to an infection, so it was high time to share some easy tips on what to do if and when you think your computer has been infected. Here are our 5 tips for dealing with a computer virus.
Welcome to our first Recommendation of the Week article! We're pretty excited as we hope this will provide an amazing benefit to you and your business. Today, we're going to start with a no-cost recommendation. If you're looking for a good antivirus software, but don't have the spare cash to pay for licensing, or you'd like a reliable second-opinion antivirus, it's time to look to Microsoft.