In Reform

Hi! Are you still here? Great! Now onto the good bits 🙂 Ok, so I’m going to assume that the majority of readers know what an antivirus program is. Good. For the Grandparents among us I will simply say: If you have a computer you NEED one and it can be thought of as a tool that stops your computer becoming ill. The first “tool” I will suggest is:


This will cost you the exact price of nothing as it’s completely free! The Emergency Kit is great for if your computer has already become ill and needs repairing but as with most things, prevention is better than cure. If you don’t have a decent security package already in place to prevent infection then your PC may become unrecoverable from it’s sickly state. This is where the use of something like this becomes a very good idea:

30 Day free trial EMSISOFT INTERNET SECURITY (click here)


The reason I feel the need to recommend Emsisoft’s software first is that I believe it to be pretty damn good at detecting malware. Back in my younger days, when I was still new to PC security and using a few cracked programs, I thought I was being smart by first scanning the acquired software before installing it, believing that if the antivirus found nothing untoward then all was good. Not the case. A long story short, my computer begun to slow down, crash (computer term for when it closes down by itself) and generally become horrible to use. That’s when I thought more about my previous activities with installing non-legit software. I basically made it my mission to rid my computer of it’s viruses and in so doing found that Emsisoft’s software was capable of finding threats that many other antivirus company’s tools were incapable of detecting.

Over the years, I have successfully used Emsisoft Emergency Kit on several different people’s machines, and removed threats, that would have at worst stolen their online banking information and emptied their accounts. Now you can see why this article is important 😉

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