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What is my Monday?

Today, my Monday is another super unproductive day, in terms of WORK.

It all started with the woe of my laptop being attacked by the good-for-nothing Trojan. Adding on to that, I encountered another problem. Installing a software called Photoshop CS2 took me slightly more than THREE FREAKING HOURS, including uninstalling and re-installing again! This laptop is sooooooo OLD that it can't handle more than two tasks at the same time that required high processing capacity. Everything hanged and I've no idea how many times did I reboot my laptop. My afternoon vanished into thin air. What have I done apart from waiting? Really WTF! Sorry for using profanities.

Then, the company's IT department asked us to cooperate (wow... just because I made noise?) to UNINSTALL all our current anti-virus software in order to INSTALL another one. Fine. I just got Bitdefender 2009 installed, like 4 days ago and now I need to uninstall it.

Okay, whatever they say.....


So, here's BitDefender being kicked out from my laptop.
And here's Avira being installed.
And here's Avira doing its job!

6 comments

  1. woo nice apple desktop huh? haha

    i tot change bitdefender to avira wuz a huge downgrade. lols

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  2. Bah... they say change bitdefender to avira wuz a great change. So how?

    XD

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  3. Past experience told me Bitdefender will take up a lot of RAM, indirectly slowing down the computer. Avira is more user friendly in this sense. As for the quality, I have no comment. XD As long as it's protecting my computer then it's fine. :D

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  4. BitDefender crashes Photoshop. So, have to go away. Ah well. I gotta trust Avira now. :D

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  5. I always prefer Avira to BD since Avira's more stringent when it comes to detecting viruses. Nothing beats my Avast + AVG setup at home though. :D

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  6. I see. Is it? Does Avira delete infected files automatically?

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