A Blogger Must Have
As you may all know, I’m a full time fashion and beauty blogger. I happen to handle multiple blogs, and take care of everything from scratch which includes but not limited to taking pictures, post processing, uploading, writing the articles and promoting it across different social network. Every once in a while I like to refer to myself as a one woman army. Basically, I’m always online busy taking care of thing which makes it a must to have not only a reliable and fast internet connection but more importantly, efficient and trustworthy antivirus software.
Just like anyone, I try my best to make sure that my computer is protected from viruses and malicious software at all times. I don’t want to be bothered with such pesky situation which will eventually just slow down my work pace. Some people may not realize it, but having a simple suspicious program installed on their computers can do so much damage. Aside from corrupting files, these viruses can also steal information and passwords that can later result to compromising online accounts or worst, identity theft. This is why I am very cautious with these things and make sure to scan my emails as well. That’s how bad it is, some emails can also contain viruses and even links that can auto install with one click.
I have tried quite a few antivirus software in the past and have decided to stick with Norton Antivirus. So far it’s the best antivirus I’ve tried. I no longer have to worry about data corruption or viruses slowing my computer speed. On days that I wish to relax, I can stream my shows without thinking much of the annoying pop-ups. Unlike the other antivirus program I have tried, some pop-under ads manage to get through and even if it did not install anything, the fact that my antivirus didn’t do what it claims to do [block those pop-ups and pop-under] can get really annoying. Who wouldn’t be? What’s wrong with demanding to get what I paid for? My point exactly!
Aside from my typical line of work I also do a lot of blog hopping, online shopping, and even updating my social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. It’s nice to know that with Norton I have fewer things to worry about. That doesn’t mean though that I will be less cautious and start clicking on links haphazardly and being unwary of dubious websites. Especially I just got this white vaio in July to replace my old one [which was slowed down by a malicious virus], so I will do my best to keep my new laptop in tip top condition. If any of you have questions, feel free to ask and I’ll answer to the best of my knowledge as soon as possible. Until next post! xo