Malware may reinstall itself multiple times if you don't delete its core files. This may require tracking down dozens of files in different locations.
We recommend downloading Advanced System Repair to eradicate Malware for you (it should cut down the time to about 15 minutes).
If you purchased a Windows 7 PC within the last few months, then you might be wondering why you’re using Windows 7 when a new operating system is just around the corner. Fortunately for you, Microsoft hears your pain and has announced an upgrade offer for all Windows 7 users who bought a new PC on or after June 2, 2012.
If you bought a Windows 7 PC after that date, you’re eligible to upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for just $14.99. All you need to do is visit this official Microsoft website and type in your 25-digit Windows 7 product key. Then, you’ll be signed up to receive Windows 8 Pro when it comes out on October 26.
$14.99 might seem like a rock-bottom price, but the deal isn’t as perfect as some people are led to believe. In the past, Windows users who upgraded PCs within months of a new Windows release date were able to upgrade their systems for free, which is $14.99 less than the Windows 8 upgrade offer.
Nevertheless, free and $14.99 aren’t too far apart, and if you just dropped several hundred dollars on a new Windows 7 PC, then you might not mind paying a few extra dollars for a brand new operating system. And, in the past, the free upgrade offers from Microsoft were for the most basic version of the new operating system. Today, the $14.99 upgrade gives users access to the full ‘Pro’ version. Of course, many people may not want to upgrade to Windows 8 at all, and that’s okay too.
Windows 8 is designed to be lighter and faster than Windows 7 in many ways, and on PCs that are less than a year old, Windows 8 users should notice a nice little speed boost. If you’re interested in trying a brand new operating system for a low price of $14.99, sign up for Microsoft’s Upgrade Offer today. Remember: it expires on January 31, 2013. If you sign up today, you’ll be able to upgrade to Windows 8 as soon as October 26 rolls around.