Skip to main content

A New Antivirus Software

Being online all the time blogging… blog hopping… browsing… online shopping… and downloading whatever fascinates me are but normal day-to-day activities for me. I have developed a special relationship with my PC and this led to endless explorations. And just like any normal relationship ours is not exempted from the ups and downs brought by factors beyond our control. I am talking about virus.

You don’t have to be a computer savvy to know about computer virus. It is as common as common colds in human beings. It is the common colds in the virtual world and highly contagious too. It could be fatal too in a sense where the computer can crash under any given circumstances. That is why anyone who has a computer needs Antivirus Software to get the PC protected from destructive viruses plaguing the cyberspace. Antivirus Software is considered as the PC’s vaccine. It is very important for the computer so that it will keep running.

I’m glad I found CyberDefender.com, an innovative Antivirus software company where they provide a FREE Antivirus Download/Scan which can instantly reveal and detects any issues with CPU. It has an Early Detection Center where they can identify and remove spyware, stop and block phishing spams, shred virus-infected e-mails and other important functions relevant in keeping the computer running. It also has a Registry Cleaner where it can restore the PC's optimum performance and speed. How cool is that?

So if you are like me who needs a computer to make sense [hahahahaha], I bet you would do everything in your power to protect your PC. So what are you waiting for? check out CyberDefender.com now to get the protection you need for your PCs.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Technical Support to Operate… our Husbands

Last night Hubby and I had a little LQ over a TV show and a back-scratching-com-rubbing errand that I used to do while we are watching TV. You see it has become his habit to ask me scratch and rub his back while watching TV. And yes, I ask him the same thing too. Why not, we have a saying… scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours, right? But last night he was complaining that his back hurts because he worked all day on the roof and he asked me to rub his back. I said no. Then, towards the middle of the TV program, my back itched and I asked him to scratch my back and he said no too. So I decided to sleep in the other bedroom last night. But he kept bugging me 3 times and asking me to move back to our bedroom because he said he can’t sleep without me by his side. I was surprised, because he would sometimes bitch about my snoring. He said it’s too loud he cannot sleep despite the fact that he too snores like hell [and I had it on video to prove my point].

Anyway, I didn’t want to rub his …

one year and we'll be counting

We did it. We made it. We passed it. A year of monotonously tedious ups and downs… a year of ostensibly constant struggle… a year of seemingly endless adjustment… a year of cyclically countless kisses and make ups… we are still standing strong – forgiving and forgetting each other’s shortcomings… accepting and recognizing each other’s flaws… tolerant and patient with each other’s imperfections.

And just like any normal married couple... here we are… after all the woozy marital roller coaster ride we did pass the test of time with flying colors. Here we are… after all the “I-give-up” and the “I-can’t-do-it-no-more” and the “that’s-it-I'm-done”, we still didn’t let go and kept holding on. Here we are... after all the innumerable hurts and pains we caused each other due to our own shallowness and pride, our love for each other remains stronger.

And so here we are. After all, we still have what it takes to be a couple... a couple with so much reasons to celebrate... a couple with so mu…

Panunuyo: American Version

Panunuyo is a Filipino tradition associated with courtship. There are lots of Filipino courtship traditions that are now neglected or taking a back seat in modern Pinoy romantic relationship. Gone are the days of the "harana" (serenade) because young couples nowadays have videoke to boost their relationship. But I am proud to say that I experienced "harana" when I was younger. I am not that old, okay. It was not that long ago actually. And it just so happened that in my province it was still being practiced "that" time. Anyway, I may be a Filipina at heart and a hopeless romantic that is why when I committed myself to this American guy, I had to convince myself that my being a hopeless romantic has to take back seat too.

When my Mike came to the Philippines to visit me, I was only hoping that he will like me and that the feeling will be mutual. I was just hoping that he would pop the question so that I could take the last train ride without looking back. A…