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Virus Removal and Cleanup

Is the computer in your surrounding counties home or business running slow or seeming to take on a life of its own? You could have malware such as a virus or trojan that has infected your computer. It is often very difficult for a user to know that they are infected. It takes a skilled person to effectively remove viruses and restore your computers to normal operating levels without losing precious data, pictures or email.

Capturing a virus early is critical.  By doing this, the virus may be held at bay and removed from your system without having to reload your data.  The reality is that viruses tend to do their damage well before the user even knows it. In this case, a TCSS technician will reload your computer to ensure that all virus and subsequent damage are taken care of.  If a computer network is involved, including a server, we will scour the entire system to ensure that all underlying files created by the virus are effectively removed.  The computer network and servers will then be reloaded and restored to optimal operating levels.


Types of Viruses or Malware


Unfortunately, the Internet world is loaded with all kinds of malware. Some of them are designed to attempt to steal your valuable personal information while others were created to do damage to your computers. There are a number of types of malware to be aware of. They include:


  • Viruses

  • Trojans

  • Spyware

  • Adware

  • Hijackers

  • Keyloggers

  • Worms


If you suspect that the computer in your Randolph County home or business has been infected, immediately make a call to TCSS.   We will dispatch a technician to remove the virus and restore the entire system. Plus, we will install proper anti-virus protection to help prevent issues down the road.



Tips To Prevent Viruses From Infecting Your Computer


   Here are some important tips that we offer our clients to keep them safe from being attacked by a virus:


  • Make sure that your network and each individual computer has proper anti-virus software

  • Take the time to make sure any wireless networks are secure

  • Never open e-mails from unknown sources

  • Use only well known Internet browsers like Mozilla Firefox

  • Never click on advertisements, error messages or links that show up in pop-up windows

  • Always keep the anti-virus software on your computer up to date

  • Never download software from websites that you are not familiar with or know

  • Set up an anti-virus maintenance program with your IT support


Never take a virus infection lightly. Let the virus removal and cleanup specialists at TCSS professionally take care of it and get your computers running normally again.



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