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    Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    I am looking for some suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview free from malware as I am new to windows previously I was using MAC and please suggest some good malware protector.



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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    Hello my friend, It is pbserved that some third party antimalware and antivirus software are not supported by microsoft. To check which applications are supported by windows 8 visit this link http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...virus-partners if you don't want to use third party software, you can use the built in windows defender of windows 8 find it by typing Windows Defender on the Start screen, and then clicking the Settings filter. ALL THE BEST.

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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?




    dear friend,

    you may install the original version from any of these antivirus. each of the antivirus has good malware blocking capability.

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    but always use a genuine version to block malware 100%

    don't use more than one antivirus- they will treat other as malware.

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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    Hello,

    There is nothing to panic and worry about.

    The windows 8 os is safe and secure also it has its own malware protector.

    Still you can install an antivirus to protect your computer .

    You can instal "Norton" or "AVG" to your system.

    And make sure than you scan every new external data storage device before you run them.

    Also scan the downloaded files from the internet.

    To download the antivirus http://www.filehippo.net click here

    -Regards

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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    Just like there is microsoft security essentials for the windows 7 and vista there is Windows Defender on the windows 8.
    You can use third party software to prevent your computer from malware.




    Here is the list of software that are currently supported on windows 8:

    1.
    BullGuard

    2.F-Secure

    3.
    Kaspersky Lab

    4.
    McAfee

    5.
    Panda Security SL

    6.
    Norton by Symantec

    7.Trend Micro

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    Post Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    @@@ Hi dude @@@



    Take any one of anti-malware in order to protect your windows 8 pc,


    • Bull Guard.
    • F-Secure.
    • Kaspersky.
    • McAfee.
    • Panda.
    • Norton.
    • Trend Micro.



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    @@@ Thank you @@@


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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    Hello,

    There is nothing to panic and worry about.

    The windows 8 os is safe and secure also it has its own malware protector.

    Still you can install an antivirus to protect your computer...
    like kaspassky.avria,quickhill noton estnot32...etc

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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    There is nothing to panic and worry about.

    The windows 8 os is safe and secure also it has its own malware protector.

    Still you can install an antivirus to protect your computer .

    You can instal "Norton" or "AVG" to your system.

    And make sure than you scan every new external data storage device before you run them.

    Also scan the downloaded files from the internet

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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    Dear,If you are the new user of the window, then you can install any good new addition antivirus and anti mall ware antivirus, and have to update it regularly, then it will work properly in your computer. So first of all download any of the Good antivirus like, AVG, KasperSky, NOD 32, Bull Guard etc, and then update it with the new version of the updates from there sites. It will help you to Keep safe from the Virus and from the malware.

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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    "If you’ve used Security Essentials in the past, Windows Defender on Windows 8 Release Preview will look very familiar. You can find it by typing Windows Defender on the Start screen, and then clicking the Settings filter.

    If you want to use a third-party antimalware software, be aware that many antimalware software might not yet be compatible with Windows 8 Consumer Preview. You can find an updated list of third-party antimalware software that are compatible with Windows 8 Release Preview at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...virus-partners.






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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    There is nothing to panic and worry about.

    The windows 8 os is safe and secure also it has its own malware protector.

    Still you can install an antivirus to protect your computer .

    You can instal "Norton" or "AVG" to your system.

    And make sure than you scan every new external data storage device before you run them.

    Also scan the downloaded files from the internet.

    To download the antivirus http://www.filehippo.net click here

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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    Hello Friend,
    No need worry about that, because Windows 8 is safe and secure and it is having its own malware protector..and you can install antivirus for that.
    You can download free antivirus software through this link just click on that....
    http://download.cnet.com/AVG-Anti-Vi...-10320142.html

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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am looking for some suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview free from malware as I am new to windows previously I was using MAC and please suggest some good malware protector.
    HI DEAR,

    Dear window 8 already have marl ware protector if you want to install a new one for own satisfaction then dear there are many anti marl ware and anti virus software are available for window 8 for its protection. like NORTON, KASPERSKY ETC,

    GOOD LUCK,
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    Re: Suggestions to keep windows 8 release preview safe from malware?

    hi my dear friend.....to protect the windows 8 from malware....

    1. update the spy ware ....every day or enable the automatic update

    2. then also enable the virus protection

    3. and update the windows defender

    4. And install the good antivirus and update every day or enable the automatic update option in the corresponding antivirus

    to enable the spy ware protection, virus protection and windows defender follow these......

    >> press windows key +r and type control and press enter

    >> then choose the option system and security

    >> the choose action center ...and there you see the option ....follow the instructions and change the default settings

    ALL THE BEST

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