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On Installing Two Virus Guards On Your Computer


My friend has installed two dissimilar virus guards on his computer saying two guards will perform better than a solitary guard! (As what happens in real life!) His logic sounds right but I would not do likewise as I believe this could cause a malfunction of some sort. What are your views?

 

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Thief12 says

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4 years ago
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    NotPC 4 years ago

    This dude knows what's up.


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    quicksand 4 years ago

    Yeah, I too advised him to remove the latter as he already had Microsoft's virus guard installed. Thanks Jaydawg808.

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    quicksand 4 years ago

    Hi Daffitt, the second virus guard had installed itself without my friend's knowledge as he had failed to untick some option. As I have stated above, he already has Microsoft's virus guard installed in his system. I shall check out your article too.