Get rid of your PC Malware or Virus infection without damaging your data!
Most malware or virus are widely deceptive and therefore very difficult to detect for most users. Plus, these malicious codes can manipulate their way into the core files of the Windows system. For this reason, it is almost invisible to most malware removal and anti-virus software. For this reason, special tools are required to expose the malware in the system files and eliminate it. After accumulated years of hands-on experience, our software engineers are able to recover most of your data by removing only the affected files. We know that data is important to all of our customers, and Notebookrepair can do just that!
Types of Malware: What You Need to Know
There are many types of malware, from worms, Trojan horses and ransomware to the most common types like computer virus and spyware.
If you’re experiencing slow performance, pop-up ads or suspicious symptoms like a blue screen, just using antivirus software alone cannot remove malware because it prevents the program from removing it.
Fortunately, our technical specialist uses an advanced software program that can detect even the latest malware threat and get rid of it without reformating your computer. Therefore, you do not have to reinstall all your applications and risk losing your unsaved data.
After we remove the malware completely, we make sure that the default Windows antivirus programs are updated and the firewall is enabled to prevent new infections in the future.
Protect your laptop from virus infection
There are many ways your laptop can get infected with a virus, such as pop-up advertising banners, websites where free software can be downloaded, and spammy sites. One such example of this is ad banners that contain links to malicious websites. As a result, they look like regular advertisements and trick normal users into clicking on them.
In most cases, when you click on these links, malware files are automatically downloaded from the infected website. Another common way for malware to spread is through spam email. An unsolicited email that contains links or attachments can install malware on your computer if you open them. Be very careful when opening email attachments, even if they seem to be from someone you know because they might be infected with malware.