- Jul 28, 2015
There it is Is it enough or should i add more stuff?
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free will be good?It seems very good, Butterfly, but consider adding another on-demand scanner (i.e. HitmanPro), as herdProtect, with all its engines, present ambiguous results (be 100% sure for at least one false positive/detection by one of its engines).
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the recommendation but i think my USB drive is enough for now I keep a good eye on it, and all of the important stuff is safely backed up there.I would like to suggest Macrium Reflect or Aomei Backupper as a backup solution, both have a good free version.
Thanks for all of the information, I will definitely check out RollBack Rx. And Bitdefender is working out good for me, personally I barely experienced any bugs or slow downs (unlike some people on the forum i see?) with Bitdefender, the only bug i remember is that one time I couldn't recover a file Bitdefender detected. Maybe it's just my system but i did try out AVs like Avast and ESET and I don't see any noticeable slow downs compared to them, so i just kept going with Bitdefender since they say it has better detection rate and it requires less configuration.System restore can be faulty and Back-up programs are more trustworthy. Especially the ones Our man from downunder sugested to you. You could consider to buy an external drive to save the backups the program makes or go a completely different route ; install rollback rx this program makes a snapshot of the current state of your harddrive and stores it in a hidden part of Your drive. When you get hit by a piece of malware , program update or hardware faillure you can simply. Restore it to a working state again. I have used it With much pleassure and joy and it saved my rearend a couple of times! How is bitdefender working Out for you? Still buggy and slow on the system? For the rest i have nothing to add to Your config