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how to make a computer work faster?

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how to make a computer work faster?

Post by moonlight429 »

Hi friends, after installing multiple anti virus and couple of security protocol now, my desktop really act very slow. Are there any tips on how to make a computer work faster? I did disk cleanup and disk defragmenter systems and was pretty excited when a lot of virus and Trojan were cleaned. But it didn’t improve the performance.
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Post by Polaris »

Easy and clean: Save your data, grab **Your favourite Linux here**, install it, configure iptables, get some good avscanner for Linux and you're ready to go ;) .
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Post by LLXX »

Polaris wrote:get some good avscanner for Linux
I thought Linux *was* an antivirus :D
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Post by Polaris »

LLXX wrote:I thought Linux *was* an antivirus :D
You're right, getting infected on Linux is very difficult, but better be on the safe side and suggest the use of an AV scanner ;) With a good firewall you can rely on ClamAV that is decent and free.
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