Windows 10 Updates: What You Need To Know.
Poor Microsoft. It's hard to be on top sometimes. Microsoft has created the most popular operating system ever. And everyone wants a piece. Too bad viruses. Too bad hackers. Microsoft says NO! Over the past several months, Microsoft has been releasing security updates to patch some holes that hackers were using to exploit vulnerabilities in the classic Windows operating system. The result...SUCCESS! Microsoft has managed to block 2.1 million existing viruses from infecting current Windows 10 users. That's thanks to the efforts of current CEO of Microsoft who is making waves and changing the landscape of current security protocol at Microsoft. A policy that is trickling down to Microsoft (Windows) users across the globe. But the changes made to Windows only patch known gaps in the Windows program. Viruses are still a threat and still need special consideration. Top notch anti-virus is still necessary to block hackers. A better Windows just means the base layer of your computer's security is better. You still need really good anti-virus to stop the attacks by hackers. You may think you are safe with The Nortons, McAfees, TrendMicros, Kasperskys, ESETS, and Pandas. Think again. They are less effective today than just 6 months ago. In the last 6 months, the number of viral attacks has increase 5 times. That means 5 times more viruses than 6 months ago. Our old favorite anti-virus companies that have had our backs for years (Norton, McAfee, TrendMicro, Kaspersky, ESET, and Panda) are scrambling to keep up. And they are loosing the battle. Six months ago, there were 125 million known viruses on the internet. You do the math. It's scary. The good news is that we can help. Give us a call and we can do a security checkup on you computer today. Most viruses are running on your computer in the background and your probably don't even know they are there. We have the new tools to remove these new viral threats. 360-695-6988 or 503-224-9288. We are literally standing by. We also work remotely.