Is Malwarebytes a superior remover compared to other spyware software, and can it remove a virus?
So many threats exist today, making it important to have good protection. It did remove a virus from a computer.
I've used Malwarebytes on many occasions. It has saved me a great amount of money in buying a new computer from a lot of malware and spyware. I have not used it to remove viruses, though. I have used my anti-virus software for removal of those tough viruses.
I use it and it is quite good for a free service. But, I use it in conjunction with several other ones. SuperAntiSpyware (free or paid) is another one and I use this one several times a day to remove cookies and adware. You should also be using the one which Microsoft provides at least once a week.
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