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How to Get Rid of Malicious Viruses from your Laptop

It is a well-known fact that virus attacks are more imminent today than ever before. This explains the reason why antivirus programs are in such high demand today more than ever before. Well, well, sometimes you don’t have the money to buy a powerful antivirus, and you already have a virus attack, looming, what do you do? Continue reading for more info. on how you can remove a virus when you don’t have an antivirus in place.

For starters, to know you have a virus attack, look out for pop-ups from unfamiliar links and resources. You will also know there is a problem when the computer stalls to slow down or when icons start to disappear from the desktop, and documents from the folders. If no measures are taken on time, you may end up having a system crash, meaning you risk losing all the valuable info. stored on the laptop. Experts recommend conducting a thorough security check and scan on your laptop should you notice any of the signs that could indicate a virus attack is looming. If you don’t have the program to do this, or when the attack is too much to the point of not displaying any results, then you may need to search and get rid of the virus manually.

Information is power, or so the saying goes, so you can always start by familiarizing yourself on the type of virus installed on your computer. You can find some valuable info. On malicious programs installed by clicking on security messages that will show up on your screen. Note down the details of the security message and then check online for a website that has information on different malicious programs. There is always this website dedicated to providing solutions for such virus attacks including names, aliases, registry keys, virus processes, etc. and also reports on how the different viruses will behave.

The next important step would be to back up data and documents on your laptop so you can perform a restore and recovery process. Check out the system configuration feature from your control panel so you can stop the virus from opening. Once you identify the unfamiliar programs, you can delete or disable the items and then restart the machine when you have finished disabling or deleting the items. It will also do you good to check out the temporary files and repeat the delete and disable process should there be any malicious programs hiding in there. The last step to a virus-free laptop is to get rid of the registry keys which you can find from the start command button.