Beginners Guides: Ten Steps to a Secure PC
Posted on: 06/15/2004 08:05 AM

PC Stats has posted a new beginners guide about Ten
Steps to a Secure PC

With this guide, PCstats has set out to inform you clearly and concisely of the dangers you face, and the steps you can take to avoid them. Once you look through, I think you'll be struck by how little effort is required to make your PC more secure. Even performing the first five steps of this guide will make your system better protected than the vast majority of Internet connected PCs. It is not wise to rely on the comparative anonymity of the Internet to keep you safe. If you do, you will be burned eventually and inevitably. Secure your PC now to avoid future regrets. The next five procedures can be considered essential for any computer user that values the sanctity of his or her data. By following these five easy steps, you can avoid 99% of the potential trouble lying in wait for you on the Internet.

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