HOW MUCH WOULD YOU SELL YOUR LAPTOP TO ME FOR?!?!?!?! lol.. I made this fun little video with my friends over at Mozy the other day. We were wondering how much people value their files that they have stored on their Laptops and computers. Most people ended up realizing that their data is priceless! Wouldn’t you agree?
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GIVE ME YOUR LAPTOP!!!!!!
Can you give me tips on how to keep your Laptop working like it’s “NEW”?
What I mean is how to keep it working fast and encountering no problems at all. Just give me some words of advice. You can include concerns and worries? Yes.
Use a good anti-virus program, a good malware detection program and a good registry checker and also a good firewall.
Even though some software manufacturers claim that they can do each of these by themselves, I seem to always recall the story of the kid that liked to blow his own horn, only to find that he was playing out of tune.
There are many programs that you can choose from but I definitely try to stay away from those that sell you software that is good for only one year. I can see them only offering support for one year but unless they are going out of business at the end of that year, if I buy their program, I expect it to keep working even without updates, for more than a year. For that reason I would never recommend any product made by Norton. A friend of mine bought the program “Norton 360″ and it stopped working on the 366th day after he installed it on his computer.
I personally use CCleaner for a registry cleaner and malware removal, Ad-Aware for more malware removal and I use AVG for my anti-virus program. For my firewall I use the one that comes with windows defender.
Each of these programs are free.
After I use my computer, I run each of them (except for windows defender). If you want, you can schedule each of them to run at a preset time, like in the middle of the night when you are sleeping.
If you are using Windows, and your computer is turned on and Windows firewall is turned on then you are using one of the best software firewalls available.
Of course you can use any program you want, but never turn your computer off without running these programs first. If you have updates to install, al least run CCleaner before you let the update reboot your computer. assembling