Changing my Adaware anti-spyware application

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I have Adaware as my anti-spyware application but I'm starting to have serious trust issues with it. Can anyone suggest a better anti-spyware that I can use? What's the best one I can use for business?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #114767

Changing my Adaware anti-spyware application

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Have you tried superantispyware, this anti-spyware basically has the same main work as other anti-spyware to detect and remove spyware, adware and also removes  Malware, Trojans, Dialers, Worms, Key Loggers, Hijackers, Parasites, Rootkits, Rogue Security Products and many other types of threats. But this program is very light on system resources it will not slow down you computer like some of anti-spyware does and also it will not conflict on your other anti-spyware or anti-virus program already installed in your system.  It has a real time blocking system; it prevents potentially harmful programs from installing. It also examines critical points of your system on start-up and shut down to check if there is a threat before they can infect the system.

 

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Changing my Adaware anti-spyware application

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If you have a doubt that your computer is infected with a virus, download Sophos Virus Removal Tool. It is the best virus removal tool I’ve used so far that you can use even if your computer is already infected with a virus. You don’t need to uninstall your existing antivirus to use this tool. Sophos Virus Removal Tool works alongside any antivirus application you may have.

Just remember, this is a virus removal tool, this is not an antivirus. It is used to remove viruses but it doesn’t monitor your system. It doesn’t have real-time protection that normal antivirus has. It is best used when your antivirus is already crippled and no longer functioning correctly because of the infection.

If you’re looking for a dependable antivirus and internet security program for your computer, you should try ESET Antivirus and Internet Security. The ESET Smart Security I’m using is a lot lighter to the system compared to when using Norton Internet Security.

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