Re: avast killed my defrag program
The best anti-virus is a vigilant user...
I haven't used an anti-virus program in years.... somewhere around 4-5 years. I have had no issues with viruses either.
You might ask how I know I don't have them, if I dont' have a scanner? ... I keep pretty close track of system processes and can spot a rogue one using un-warranted cpu and memory.
I'd suggest un-installing avast, reinstaling your defrag program, and just be a cautious (intelligent) surfer.
... last step is optional... you can re-install a virus scanner after but the real way to fix it would be completely get rid of avast then completely reinstall your defrag program. Good luck!
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