Protect Your PC with 20 tips for Debugging and Crash solutions

Protect Your PC with 20 tips for Debugging and Crash solutions

  • Installing the right and efficient Anti-Virus protection shield software.
  • Always keep yourself informed about the latest technology i.e. applications which could prevent your PC from getting infected by a virus and Trojan errors.
  • Your laptop and PC will always keep periodically updating Windows; hence when the ‘install updates’ box opens, never cancel the update option.
  • Ensure that your service browsers are original software oriented and not pirated.
  • Regular ‘Disk Clean’ up with respect to C drive is very important; hence make sure that your space, storage and all programs installed on that drive are safeguarded from a crash.
  • Avoid downloads, uploads and software installments which are not insured, licensed and may have a virus connected to them.
  • Regularly delete cookies, browsing history, your saved cache data such that unwanted software downloads are removed from the PC.
  • The hardware devices you use should have original software installments; maintain regular updates.
  • In the case of a sudden hardware failure, check if its software is an original and make sure your USB ports do not defect.
  • Be conscious of the differences between Virus, Adware, and Spyware hence you must make yourselves vary about what a virus is and how to deal with it etc.
  • Always purchase software, try not downloading them from the internet or trying a trial version of their systems.
  • Be aware when you open/ check your emails since some of them come under ‘Spam’ mail and may contain undetected malfunctions.
  • Make changes in your email and text settings since viruses in that form cannot enter Windows.
  • Avoid using peer to peer file sharing programs which consist of software like Limewire,  Morpheus,  Bearshare etc.
  • Don’t load any data from the internet based websites; most of which contain viruses attached in their texts and links.
  • Always maintain a firewall protection shield on your computers, for example, use a firewall like Zone Alarm.
  • Prevent installing more than one virus removal program on your Windows.
  • Always ensure that you have a backup criterion installed within the PC in case it crashes.
  • Make sure the settings of your systems like Microsoft are changed with respect to saving your lost files in case the windows hang.
  • Never unplug devices abruptly; make use of safety removal software which is normally installed on your PC system.

Always make sure that the above-mentioned precautions are taken into serious consideration and that you apply them to maintain your operating system. The internet is galore of codes and cookies which can breach your firewalls and hence destroy its efficiency, therefore, a periodic maintenance is always advised by your technicians.