I didn't dispute it either. I am just saying your rampage against Windows is (1) OT for this thread, (2) FUD and (3) OT shilling for Chromebook.The reason some of the best and brightest recommend Chromebooks are because of very valid reasons relating to threat surface, attack vectors and vulnerabilities. There is no expert in the world that disputes that fact - none.
The reason some of the best and brightest recommend Chromebooks are because of very valid reasons relating to threat surface, attack vectors and vulnerabilities. There is no expert in the world that disputes that fact - none. Since Chromebooks are a distributed opensource OS nobody profits by recommending it. It's nothing new that Windows is the most insecure OS in the world, that's old news. It's also the only OS in the world that needs security products like antivirus software. This is for a reason, it's largely a spaghetti code kludge OS designed with security as an afterthought.
So as we all come to know about the biggest flaws spectra and meltdown on Intel processor is it good time to buy latest Gen processor or laptop with latest 8th gen processor in it share your thoughts.
It's not better than Malwarebytes and the last time I used it, it has critical issues, as you can see in my thread about it at Wilders.
As noted earlier, the Windows patch requires antimalware solutions to set a specific Registry key in order for the Windows updates to work. This is NOT Microsoft pushing their way - it is just the patch is not effective otherwise. Google is maintaining a list of supportive anti-malware solutions here. As Google notes (their bold):Slyguy try zhp cleaner!
As of Jan 11, ZHP Cleaner is not listed.Note: Customers will not receive these security updates and will not be protected from security vulnerabilities unless their anti-virus software vendor sets the following registry key:
I have no clue What are you talking about?