Thanks for all of the kind words. I live in a home with a husband who's been programming these things for a living for about
35 years, a grandson who is Cisco certified and a hardware guy and then there's me. Grandson runs a Mac with 3 operating systems on it, a laptop that is older than he is, I'm sure...lol.. husband had w computers running all of the time and two others part time. Most in windows, one in Linux and I have no idea about
the others. And I'm here with the leftovers which are very good though.
Husband is the only one who hasn't gotten a virus of some sort, grandson has had many and I've had 2. I do visit a lot of sites mostly for quilting and photoshop related information. The guys go to the end of the internet and back again. (did you know that there really IS a site called The End of the Internet?) theendoftheinternet.com/
Anyway, I personally think if you are online enough eventually you'll pick up something that's meant to do harm to your system. It's a shame that these brilliant minds can't put them to good use instead of destroying other people joy. They must lead very miserable lives if that's all they have to do. Just my take on life today...
I have installed newer adware and malware detection and hopefully I'll be in better shape here. Took me over 18 years to get the first virus, many of those years teaching computer drafting. Guess I'll just take my chanced. Besides, it's a good learning experience for grandson who tells me he can fix anything. So far, so good but we'll see...lol
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