Microsoft AntiSpyware

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Microsoft AntiSpyware

I like the user interface of this program and have been using it for a while. It seems to do a great job for the most part but I still have an annoying spate of popups on my laptop. I don’t know what app is responsible for this and I have searched the registry and had MIS look at it to no avail. There is a new version of MS AntiSpyware out today and I hope that helps solve my problem.

I am not sure if I have written about this before or just thought it but the concept of Micros soft charging for antivirius or anitispyware tools is very amusing as the OS is supposed to protect us from many of these  problems in the first place. If we do get charged for these apps it will be like taxing us on the OS. Still the recurring revenue model is probably too good for the Redmond software giant to ignore and as an added plus, they can use these services to verify you have a registered version of Windows.

Now if they could only find a way to install new software versions without he need for a lengthy reboot.



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