Anti Virus Protection?

D

DarkNight

Yes, unfortunatly the Computer Shop advised you wrong. You must install a
anti-virus program. Google: AVG Free

"MsHauppauge" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> "William F. Welner" wrote:
>

>> Does one have to purchase a separate anti Virus program for Windows
>> Vista?
>>
>> The Computer Shop that sold me my new PC told me that Virus protection is
>> provided as part of Windows Vista.
>>
>> Immediately turned the PC on I received a message recommending that I
>> purchase an anti Virus program.
>>
>> I am confused. Please provided me advice on the Anti Virus issue.
>>
>> Bill Welner
>>
>>
 

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R

Rhys1993

Windows Vista doesn't come with a virus protection but most the time
computers come with a trial version of an anti-virus program so maybe thats
what they ment
 

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R

Rhys1993

"William F. Welner" wrote:

> Does one have to purchase a separate anti Virus program for Windows Vista?
>
> The Computer Shop that sold me my new PC told me that Virus protection is
> provided as part of Windows Vista.
>
> Immediately turned the PC on I received a message recommending that I
> purchase an anti Virus program.
>
> I am confused. Please provided me advice on the Anti Virus issue.
>
> Bill Welner
>
>

Windows Vista doesn't come with a virus protection but most the time
computers come with a trial version of an anti-virus program so maybe thats
what they ment
 

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B

Badger

There are a few free Anti-virus programs available,
One of the better ones is AVAST!
And it works with all versions up through Windows 7.

"Rhys1993" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Windows Vista doesn't come with a virus protection but most the time
> computers come with a trial version of an anti-virus program so maybe
> thats
> what they ment
 

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