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Antivirus For Windows 8

Posted by Syahnan Harahap 05/11/12 0 komentar
The article below recomended anti virus for windows 8,according the the operating system windows 8 to many users.
One feature of Windows 8 that many PC consumers may appreciate is the additional efforts that Microsoft has made to incorporate built-in antivirus and anti malware protection. This isn’t a new feature that wasn’t around in Windows XP, Vista or 7, but Windows 8’s updated Defender software has taken some hints from Microsoft’s successful Security Essentials offering.

In Windows 7, I used Microsoft Security Essentials, as it is a fairly decent antivirus program and it’s offered for free, with no yearly subscription charges. However, upon doing an in-place upgrade to Windows 8, I noticed that Security Essentials must first be uninstalled, as it wasn’t eligible for Windows 8 migration.

Upon doing a bit more research, I quickly learned that Windows 8 comes equipped with an updated version of Windows Defender, which is very similar to Security Essentials anyways…

Notice the similar interface from Windows 7 Security Essentials (download) to Windows 8’s built-in Windows Defender program. With that noted, many consumers who will be updating to Windows 8 in the next month may ask, does Windows 8 need an antivirus program?

The simple answer is no. Windows 8’s built-in and updated Windows Defender software is Microsoft’s go at creating all-in-one virus and malware defense for the operating system. So, with Defender updated to a more Security Essentials like interface, Windows 8’s built-in software should be effective at detecting and removing the majority of viruses.

However, Security Essentials and Windows Defender are not exactly everyone’s preference; so installing third party antivirus software is still a great option also; but, isn’t running multiple antivirus programs counteractive and wasteful? Yes, but as arstechnica notes, 

Windows 8 Defender will automatically detect any 3rd party antivirus programs and deactivate in accordance to the 3rd party program. Thus, if you have a 3rd party preference for an antivirus solution, definitely use the software in Windows 8.

If you prefer not to purchase a 3rd party specific antivirus solution, then you can simply use Defender, which Microsoft hopefully keeps up to date. Another smart feature of the new Windows Defender is a subscription detection mechanism that will automatically activate Windows Defender, should the 3rd party antivirus solution expire.

Those are just a few notes regarding Windows 8’s new Defender software and 3rd party antivirus programs. Thank you for stopping by the site for today’s post.

Websites Recomended For Learning Javascript,Jquery,Phyton,Html and Css

Posted by Syahnan Harahap 04/11/12 0 komentar
If U want learn Javascript,jquery,phyton,html and css,Below There a few the websites to learning and practice.

At my old company, I used to program in C# mostly until on day we had a write a giant web app in HTML 5 and Javascript. I’ve done both in the past, but I definitely needed to brush up on my coding skills.

Windows 8 Guide For Hybrid Tablet And Dekstop

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Windows 8 is the current release of the Windows operating system, produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, tablets, and home theater PCs.

Windows 8’s touch friendly metro interface is a feature that has been heavily criticized for desktop and traditional PC use and applauded for tablet use. Do u want to make windows 8 tablets/dekstop ?

Tutorial Setting System Android

Posted by Syahnan Harahap 03/11/12 0 komentar
If you're just getting started with your Android phone, you'll be forced to set up a Google Gmail account. Use it; don't neglect it. It might seem a little unreasonable to have to use a new e-mail address just to use your phone, but trust us—it's easier than the other options.

First up, open a Gmail account and sync everything you can with it. You'll want to sync your contacts, your calendar, and whatever else you can to your new account. Google's flurry of services—Maps, Buzz, YouTube, and more—all tie seamlessly with Android's interface, so using them all with a single account from your phone makes your Android experience much richer.

Tips Select Motherboard

Posted by Syahnan Harahap 02/11/12 0 komentar
He following advises are based on many years of experience. They are provided as a free service to our customers and visitors. However, Computer Warehouse is not responsible for any damage as a result of following any of these guides.

If you are building a new system we highly recommend going with a CPU and the motherboard that is of current technology such as, the AMD Athlon 64 or the Intel Pentium 4 (LGA775), in order to maintain an upgrade path.