You guys are amazing! I will start at the top and work down... yes I did notice you deleted the product key and was going to figure out what you delted and do it on the future printouts but forgot. Thank you for looking out for me.
BitDefender and Panda are still on your computer as reported by Autoruns and Speccy.
So what you are telling me is even though Bitdefender doesn't show up on my apps report it is still in my system? I think I goofed up on that one. When Revo was stating it was looking for leftover bits it was taking so long I assumed that it was my internet getting ready to crash again I backed out of the program before it finished.
As far as Panda goes I went back into Revo ... got the same error message, however instead of stopping there I closed the error message and hit the "scan" button. That brought up registry files, folders and leftover files. When these items came up I was given the option of deleting them, which I did. I ran a new Speccy report and it appears that Panda has been removed. However I will attach the report so you can determine if that is true.
Chrome is also still showing up in Autoruns and Speccy.
I used to have Google Chrom but I got frustrated with it and went back to IE. However, checking on my default web browser I see in my settings that Microsoft Edge is listed. That is another app that I was asked to utilize and I said no but it is now my default.
Do you know what Kromtech Account Service is,
I have no clue. It might be an option I was looking into when I was thinking of leaving Bitdefender.
Do you have any Hewlett Packard devices connected to your computer
I used to have HP printer a while back. It was also a program that I tried to uninstall but wouldn't let me. I now have an Epson and don't need Cannon. I also don't need coupon finder, guru picture finder or dupe picture finder.
In reference to the new D-Link system, I don't know where to start when it comes to hooking it up so I have been avoiding trying. Plus, I was waiting to hear from you before I spent hours trying to connect it.
Yes, Chris when it comes to the inner workings of a computer I am always in the dark and they become a big pain! Thank you for your kind words and encouragement.
Phill, I am guessing you don't want me to follow any of Chris' suggestions?
Once again I am grateful for everyone's help and input. (especially Phill who is a trooper and still hanging in there! And giving me encouragement every step of the way )