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TRYINGHARD54 Posts: 5,000
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5/26/13 5:50 P

Mozilla firefox

5/26/13 10:43 A


AMARISRON Posts: 1,205
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LAILA07 SparkPoints: (63,151)
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5/23/13 6:26 A

Right now I use IE but thinking of switching back to Chrome.


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5/23/13 6:21 A


KKKAREN Posts: 12,150
5/23/13 6:18 A

I just switched to Chrome but I'm not sure if I'll keep it. It seems a little slow.

EOWYN2424 Posts: 6,665
5/22/13 11:37 P

I usually use Chrome but at times, it gives some problems, then I will switch to IE.

LAKEZURICHDANA SparkPoints: (101,841)
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5/22/13 9:14 P


JGIRL5799 Posts: 561
5/22/13 7:55 P


that is exactly what they installed on my computer today was the male ware bytes :-))


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ARCHIMEDESII SparkPoints: (159,602)
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5/22/13 7:08 P

Not only do you need a good anti-virus software on your computer these days, you also need trojan/malware ones too. I can recommend two that I use.

One is MALWARE BYTES and the other is SPYBOT search and destroy.

Both have free versions that work great ! They also have a version that costs, but does have more bells and whistles. Once a week, I run both of these programs along with my anti-virus, I use AVG. Between those three... no more problems with viruses, trojans, malware, etc... also, AVG is really good, they warn me when I click on a suspect website.

For browser, I use firefox. Honestly, I don't think changing your browser really made the difference. what you really need is better anti-virus/malware protection.

At home, consider getting MALWARE BYTES and SPYBOT search and destroy. you'll be surprized what they pick up.

ROBBIEY SparkPoints: (190,890)
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5/22/13 3:31 P


LEC358 SparkPoints: (11,126)
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5/22/13 3:30 P

Chrome. I do my best to keep from signing in using my google account (using Thunderbird instead) so it avoids a lot of the creepy tracking. Their pop-up blockers are the bombdiggity

HLKLJGK SparkPoints: (42,860)
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5/22/13 3:12 P

Chrome. Google-opoly and all, I love their products.

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BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,393
5/22/13 3:01 P

I use Chrome. I have some reservations about the amount of information one company (Google) is collecting on me/the-universe, but, I gotta say, I like the browser.

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JGIRL5799 Posts: 561
5/22/13 1:58 P

I had a really, really bad trojan virus hit my work computer which is also my personal one...

After 2hrs with the support techs on my computer, they cleared it and was able to save all my files that I needed... it was amazing they were able to do that!

Kudos to those internet geeks / techs because without you, I would be lost and no job...
Since I work from home and online LOLOL

They have switched my browser to firefox to google chrome.. I was on firefox for so long that learning something new is kinda hard, but I do like the fact it is faster now...

What's your favorite web browser that you use???


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