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Unread 18-02-2015, 07:01 PM   #1
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i received a phone call today and they showed me how many errors and problems are on my computer. This disturbed me deeply. How can I fix it with out spending anything? how do I clear the admin events? also is there another network security download (free)?

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What is 'admin events'? Also, can you tell us who told you that there are problems in your computer. Did they call you? Do you have any actual problems in your computer like slow performance?

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Anyway, I'd suggest the following:

1. Install a good Anti-Virus and keep it updated; Avast (Free) & Kaspersky (Paid) are good options.

2. Install MalwareBytes (free) and do a full scan & fix.

3. Install CCCleaner (free) and do a scan & fix.

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