Whether is desktop or laptop, these two computer systems are used mostly in the office, home, banks, and many other places. As we all know laptop as compare to the desktop, is much easier to use, comes in a smaller size that why can be carried away here and there. That doesn’t mean desktop can skip from virus attacks, it gets infected some or the other way. Laptop gets infected and is prone to as they get exposed to public Wi-Fi (airports, hotels, restaurants, and many other places).
Talking about the viruses, it attacks the users through spam emails, downloading files, infected websites, and lots many. Now the question comes how to get rid of them? How to protect your computer system?
You can try a good antivirus like McAfee activate who provides you with total protection along with real-time, custom scanning. It has a huge range of products for your all kinds of protection from viruses, spam filtering, infected websites, Trojan horse, and other new online threats that keep on prevailing every now and then.
Note– You needs to visit McAfee.com/activate site for installing and activating any of your McAfee products.
It is recommended before trying for any antivirus for your system, why can’t you try some simple, common precautions to exposure and protects your system, eventually-
Don’t open any email attachments when send by any unknown or suspicious person
If you don’t know the sender then don’t open, download, or execute any files or email attachments. Better delete them for your safety precautions.
Don’t open email attachments even it seems it came from your known person or friend
You must be aware that some viruses replicate themselves and spread viruses through emails (spam emails). It always better to stay in the safe side and confirm that the attachments send from the trusted source before you open it.
Be caution while downloading the files from the internet
Always check the website the URL (‘https’) whether it’s valid and reputable. Make sure that the antivirus has a regular scan on your device as well as check on the downloaded file site. Always read the privacy policies and end-user license agreements (EULAs) before opting for any software download.