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How to tell if you might have Malware!

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Hi! There! Do you think you might be infected by malware or viruses! Here's some things that you might experience if you have them. If you are experiencing any of these, you might want to scan your PC!  Here's some free programs that will do that!

http://windows10forum.com/topic/394-how-i-get-rid-od-malware-and-more/

Some indications your computer might be affected by spyware, adware, or browser hijacking software include the following symptoms:
  • The computer takes longer to boot to the Windows desktop.
  • Applications will not load or frequently stop responding.
  • Frequent system error messages.
  • Unfamiliar icons are added to the desktop.
  • Generally slow system performance, especially while browsing the Internet.
  • Browser windows close unexpectedly or stop responding.
  • The browser home page changes and cannot be reset.
  • Pop-up windows display more frequently and/or when the browser is not open.
  • Unfamiliar toolbars are added to the browser.
  • Default web search engine has changed.
  • Clicking a web link does nothing, or goes to an unrelated website.
  • Webpages are automatically added to your favorites list.
  • Email messages or social media posts are sent from your account without your knowledge.
  • Unexpected and near constant hard disk access.

http://support.hp.com/lt-en/document/c03327592

Edited by holdum333

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