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Adware. Spyware. Pesky pop up ads. Internet congestion. Computer malfunctions of every kind. Obviously, you're infected!

Regardless of the brand name anti-virus software(s), ninety percent of all personal computers have to deal with computer problems. Unfortunately,most of the effective software(s) cost $20 to $250.

Folks, there's no need to be scammed any longer. Don't ever make the mistake of paying big dollars!

On second thought, just continue to pay me your undivided attention, and together, we can eliminate these problems.

Step 1: Go ahead and uninstall all of your current anti-virus security options (except for your current firewall). Don't be afraid. Remember, you can always reinstall them at a later date if you so choose. Next: go online and type Tudogs into your local search engine. Afterwards, run the engine by simply pressing the Search button.

Step 2: Enter your email address into the Tudogs email address prompt. Then press the submit button. Now you are ready to enter the Tudogs website.

Step 3: Type Avast into the Tudogs search engine. Then press the Search engine button. Once you are on the next page: Click onto the icon that says: avast! 4 Home.

Step 4: Scroll down to the very bottom of the next page where it says in bold blue letters: avast! 4 Home Edition Download. Click onto this icon. This will promptly take you to the next page. Once you are on the next page: scroll down to the very bottom of the page and then press the download icon that says: Avast! 4 Home English version (or whatever your language of preference might be.). Disregard the file download that says: This file can potentially damage your computer. The reason they issue this warning is because Avast is not one of the brand name software(s), such as: Windows XP, Google Tool Bar, Norton Anti-Virus, McAfee, et...). Press the Run button. Now all you have to do is to follow all of the ensuing set up prompts.

Installation will take a few short minutes. It is really that simple. Once you have completed the installation process, I strongly recommend that you immediately log off and run your first Avast scan. You might be shocked at the number of hidden worms, viruses, and trojans that Avast is able to detect.


You have three areas of choice in order to run an Avast scan: the removable media scan (CD's and floppies), the hard disk scan (the C drive), and the user defined folder scan. First, you need to make sure that you are not online. You only want to scan what is on your personal computer, not the infinite black holes of cyberspace. The C drive is the main drive that contains all of the necessary components that govern and run your personal computer. Therefore, this is always, by far, the most important drive to scan.

Step 1: In order to initiate an Avast C scan, you first need to double click onto the Avast icon that is now installed on your personal computer. When the Avast scanner appears notice that in the top right hand corner of the Avast scanner, there are three very distinctive icons: (+) (?) (x). Look to the far right hand side of the Avast scanner. Just below the minus sign (-) and the (x) is a square button. Press this button.

Step 2: Immediately out of the top of the Avast scanner should appear an icon that says: Standard Scan/Scan archive files. Once this icon appears look to the far left hand side of the Avast scanner. There you will see a large triangular button. By pressing this button you will initiate the Avast C drive scanner.

Step 3: Once an Avast scan has been completed, if Avast finds any questionable files, it will automatically ask you what you want to do with the file(s) in question. For example: you may opt to have a particular file moved to the Avast virus chest; there, it can no longer harm your computer; OR, you can rename and have any particular file moved into another location on your computer; OR, you can attempt to have an infected file repaired; OR, you can simply have it deleted. I always opt for deletion.


Step 1: Using your mouse, go down to the bottom left hand corner of your computer and press the start button.

Step 2: When the program options appear go directly to the control panel.

Step 3: Next: click onto internet options.

(Note: These directions might very slightly from computer to computer.).

Step 4: After you have clicked onto internet options you are going to see an icon. At the very top of this icon it is going to say something to this effect: internet properties: general, security, content, privacy, et...

Step 5: Next: Look for the phrase that says: Temporary Internet Files. This is what you want to delete. This is a major source of those pesky pop up ads. In my opinion, you don't need a temporary internet file in order to get back to a website that you just visited. Unfortunately, this is where a lot of junk is stored, such as: dangerous cookies, adware, spyware, and various tools for hackers to hijack your personal information. Also, the more of this junk that you allow to build up over a period of time, the slower your computer is going to run.

Step 6: Next: within this same icon you should see another icon that says: History. We are now going to delete your computers history for the exact same reasons as mentioned in step five.

Step 7: Go ahead and delete the cookies option within this same icon for the exact same reasons as mentioned in step five. (Note: If you are not a regular cookie deleter the chances are very good that you now have multiple thousands of cookies that are congesting your computer.).

Step 8: While you are within this same icon you will see a phrase that says something to this effect: Days To Keep History. Most computers are already preset at 20 to 30 days. This is very bad because this means that your computer will wait 20 to 30 days before it automatically deletes your recent history. Remember: every time you go online you are going to acquire five to ten cookies. These cookies will then replicate themselves many times over. Some of these cookies are extremely dangerous. If it takes 20 to 30 days to delete all of the hidden junk that you are going to acquire online, is it any wonder that you are now experiencing difficulties?

Step 9: You guessed it! Change the number of Days To Keep Your History to 7 or less. This will alleviate an awful lot of internet congestion.


Step 1. Go to the website.

Step 2. Type Zone Alarm into the search engine. Then press Go.

Step 3. Once on the next page proceed to scroll downward until you find three versions of Zone Alarm that are currently being offered. Two of these versions offer free trial periods with an option to buy after the duration of these trial periods. The third version has a free licence. That means that this version is totally free. I strongly recommend that you start off with this version.

Step 2: Click onto the blue letterings of whichever version of Zone Alarm you so choose to install.

Step 3: On the next page you will see a caption in blue letters that says: Download Now. Click onto this icon.

Step 4: Disregard the Security Warning that says: This file can potentially damage your computer. The reason they issue this warning is because Zone Alarm is not one of the brand name software(s). Now go ahead and press Run button. Now all you have to do is to follow all of the ensuing set up prompts. Installation will take a few short minutes.

My name is Eric J. Nelson. I am on a personal mission to eliminate computer problems. I hate to see others get scammed. There is more software/protection available. Please check out my website at: Computer Problem Solutions

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