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Protecting Your Desktop Computers With Online Virus Scanners

If you suspect that your installed anti virus has missed a threat and you want to double check the files, then using an online anti virus is a good option for you.

PRLog - Mar. 13, 2012 - If you suspect that your installed anti virus has missed a threat and you want to double check the files, then using an online anti virus is a good option for you. Although true online anti virus are quite rare you will be able to get a huge array of files checked out with the big database of online signatures these online scanners have. Online virus scanners are not as good as the real thing, they do not provide real time protection against viruses and malware and doesn’t keep you safe while you surf the web. What online scanners are however capable of doing is that they can check their massive database and locate viruses that are already camping on your desktop computers. They also guide you towards measures that should be taken to disinfect and recover the damage done by the virus already. This online solution is good for laptops and tablets that have low resources and minimum memory. Every-time you use the online scanner you will be using the updated list of virus definition. Most of the work is done online so the stress on your desktop computers is minimal as you do the work. One of the best parts of this software is that you don't have to download any sort of extensions of files to run the software as it is a true online based scanner and works perfectly on any system. Make sure you have a good browser and that your computer meets certain minimum requirements that the software needs to be able to run properly on your desktop computers. These software are easy for the performance cost and you could run it without worrying about your computer slowing down. These options are for you if you tend to be online a lot and you can scan as many times as well  and virus scanner is a good option if you want to single out first handed threats and is also a good option if you wish to double check your handy installed anti virus security system. To get the best discounts and lowest price on desktop computers, visit: http://www.desktop.com/category.php?id_category=65

The problem with free scanners is that most people download them without knowing about them, if you download a free desktop computers scanner on the Internet chances are that the very software that you thought would cure your desktop computers from the sluggishness would instead these are Mal-ware, malicious software, that might take valuable information from your desktop computers. What a recent case study showed that most of the free online scanners report problems that your desktop computers doesn’t have to begin with and then they would ask you to pay to upgrade to a version of the software with a small amount of money which will be able to fix all of your problems. So be sure to use trusted brands and read the reviews before using these software. See the latest desktop computers at

Remember to backup your files before running the scan and remember that sometimes files could be deleted if you use they find viruses in your desktop computers. You need to have a good browser with ActiveX and javascript enabled to run most of these online virus scanners. Compare other features of desktop computers, you can do this for FREE at http://www.desktop.com/

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