Anyone who uses their PC on the internet is exposed to malware and viruses. We are often asked which anti-virus program is the best, but before you purchase software you should read this discussion on Slashdot. We recommend that you protect yourself by following these pointers:
Microsoft has ended public and technical support for Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows Millennium Edition (Me).
We advise you to upgrade to Windows XP, if you are running one of the above operating systems on your computer.
Contact us now to discuss your options for upgrading or purchasing a new computer.
This article on USATODAY.com talks about winning auctions on E-Bay:
"a study by South Korean physicists confirms via some elaborate mathematical modeling that "sniping" — waiting for the very last second to submit your bid on that Elvis-shape throw rug — is indeed "a rational and effective strategy to win in an eBay auction."
This would also be a useful tactic for New Zealand's most popular website, trademe.co.nz.
Is your computer playing up?
If so, it may be infected with spyware or other malicious software (e.g. deceptive adware). We can recommend or install a combination of effective anti-spyware software that will remove nasties and protect your computer.