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hi I have asome question I have my comptuter clean now but I have read so much and tried new of programs you recommended to us and I am a little confused and not sure if I posted this in the right place

I have the home Avast free anti-virus that you all recommended ... then I got SpywareBlaster & Spyware Guard that goes with SpywareBlaster do I need any thing else for spyware and if so what do you recommend .. I have tried Spybot & Destroy before but would rather try a different one

I really like the SuperAntivirus program that you all recommended when I cleaned my pc out but do I only use that program when needed to remove something or can I use that on a regular bases for my spyware ..I like that better then the Sybot & Destroy

and the free firewall ComadoI have a small problem I like it so far but one little thing is there a way to fix a little annoying thing when ever I install a program a message pops up ( asking rather to accept it, block it, or has the drop of different options like appliciations, allow as trusted & etc ..). when ever I click allow it.. I have to press the allow and the ok buttons several times like they are frooze is there a way to fix this is there a setting I am missing to sit it up

thank you for your time and help

Edited by Bonjovicrzy, 21 May 2008 - 09:29 AM.

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