Virus and Spyware Removal
Do you suspect you may have a virus? Despite all the security measures you may have taken to prevent viruses, worms, or Trojans, some may go undetected. Many of these can be automatically downloaded to your computer without your knowledge while you surf the internet. Removing these is absolutely necessary in order to avoid a slow running system, losing your data, costly software, applications and complete system failure.
Cleaning an Infected System
Unfortunately for an average user, cleaning up a virus or spyware infection on your own is next to impossible. Modern computer viruses are adept at avoiding detection even by careful users, and often can easily avoid off-the-shelf anti-virus and anti-spyware programs once properly insinuated into your computer. One Stop Pc technicians are armed with experience and advanced softwares to keep on top of even the newest and most stubborn computer viruses and malware.
Virus and Spyware Re-Infection
Expert virus and malware removal isn't just about getting rid of the virus. Many viruses will install pieces of their programming throughout your computer, so that even if one piece is located and deleted, the other parts will still be lurking and able to download the rest of the code as soon as your computer reconnects to the internet. Proper cleanup includes making sure that the viruses don't return. One Stop Pc technician can also help you choose the best anti-virus and anti-spyware software to meet your needs and your budget.
Virus and Spyware Avoidance
Installing a reliable anti-virus software is a good start, but there's a lot more to keeping your hardware safe than just installing a program. Many viruses and spyware are programs that users intentionally install on their systems, without knowing the dangers associated. One Stop Pc technician can help you learn safe browsing habits, which will keep you stay away from many of the spawning grounds for viruses in the first place. We can also help configure your anti-virus, anti-spyware and other software to make sure that malicious programs get isolated and destroyed while your regular programs are allowed to operate.