Maybe your antivirus has expired, maybe you clicked on something you shouldn’t have, maybe you downloaded something you weren’t sure about—no judgment. No matter how you ended up with it, you now have a virus and it’s quickly eating up your PC.First thing to do: Determine whether you have an actual virus. Viruses, malware, and adware affect your computer in many different ways.
Having a virus can really slow down your computer. Normal start up and even Internet browsing may be affected. Fake antivirus programs will tell you “your computer is infected” and limit what you can do on your computer. Popups with advertisements for PC optimizers, your homepage has changed to something different, new icons appear on your desktop. We have the tools to quickly and safely remove these unwanted programs and will offer solutions to prevent these unwanted programs from installing again.
When a computer freezes, there is a good chance your system has been infected with a virus. Restart your computer to see if the problem persists. A virus is most likely the cause if this isn’t a one time issue. Computer viruses are becoming more stubborn, difficult to detect, and can even cause a permanent damage to your computer. Let us clean the viruses and adware from your computer and make sure you have the proper anti virus program to prevent it from happening again.
If your system is crashing and everything is up to date, a virus may be the cause if the problem continues. Any sudden changes in how your computer is running, could be a symptom of spyware or adware. The difficulty in diagnosing which it may be is they can often appear as normal Web or computer operations. Contact us to see if you have been infected, let us handle your virus removal needs.