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Windows 7: my system partition lost after install win 7

28 May 2010   #11
kucing13

 

they are actually to many and to choose depend on yours at the end. you can check bellow

Which is the Best antivirus ?

What's the Best Anti-virus?

Best anti-virus?

What's the Best Anti-Malware?

the best anti virus

feel free to check mate


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28 May 2010   #12
max89

window 7 ultimate
 
 

for your opinion does antivirus with hack license is really worked ? sometimes it heard like funny when the license is remain until 8 years..and also,,how about free antivirus that suggested in the internet
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28 May 2010   #13
gregrocker

 

Please do not disuss illegal activation hacks on this site.

I referred you to the best AV available, which is free to begin with.

Most paid AV's are bloatware so that makes pirating them idiotic as well as criminal.
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28 May 2010   #14
max89

window 7 ultimate
 
 

okey..i understand. tx for your information. finally i choose avast...
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29 May 2010   #15
kucing13

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by max89 View Post
okey..i understand. tx for your information. finally i choose avast...
glad you've made up your mind. using pirated software might cause you trouble
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