Jesse Rouse (n8ivpoint): Thanks so much for sharing your Knowledge !
Rosella Eby: this guy is awesome he clearly explains what he is doing and how to do it . Thanks so much
Cheeky: I recomend download the trial of avast pro edition
or malwarebytes :)
pascasio padilla: fantastic
Leticia Solomon: This is a rather long video, but I got that point. If you want to get easy ways to get rid of spyware, look for Marwan Spyware Remover Extinguisher.
Big Charlie: Malwarebytes is 10/10 for catching Malware and Virus that wont annoy your built - in Security program or IObit ,both do a great job and free as everything online is Free ....PEACE
ralmslb: Hi there, thanks for the video.
Will Kaspersky Internet Security prevent any future malware? Do you consider Kaspersky to be one of the best security solutions out there?
DANIELLE “D” CHARENE: Rather than a long drawn out video, isn't there just a plain old app that can do it for us? Inquiring mind wants to know...
urban7089: Hey.... That was extremely informative and easily understood Thanks I will try it
pj545: THIS VIDEO IS WELL WORTH THE WATCH.
I fell for a scam and had some pretty malicious malware hangin out on my comp. Your video was very informative, thank you for dumbing it down for me!
Helen Salo: I moved and have had nothing but errors,errors I changed my sign in 10 times NO MORE
MyOrion33: recently i have these processes call Uvlauwt.exe *32 can end them, taking up memory and cpu usage, is it a malware or virus > please advise, thank you.
Kay gotsole: My computers software is Win 8, and the avast free antivirus keeps repeating a message that I have a url:mal infection. It is acting up like nothing I've seen before, and usually pop-ups with ads would show up on my taskbar, present content that related to the current or previous website I was on. Do you think I should follow this video or do you think I can follow your 22 min from 2009.
frankovito: Malware aside, I think we are our own worst enemy. If it asks "are you sure?" we automatically say "yes" or "replace all" or something like that.
I installed an old windows XP 32 bit disk in my windows 8 64 bit machine. Then I changed the boot order to boot from that old drive. It said all my win 8 files were corrupt and asked to fix. Then I changed the boot order back the way it was and rebooted using my win 8 drive and it said all files were corrupt. So, here I was spending my time running chkdisk. Eventually I took out the old drive and got some kind of driver error.
jimvandamme: I prevent malware by running Linux instead of Windows. Mint, Ubuntu, Puppy, Bodhi, openSUSE, Lubuntu depending on the age of the machine. My newest is 4 years old and I edit movies on it.