A: Spyware is a type of computer file that can be installed on computers to collect information about people (and computers) without their knowledge. Spyware is difficult to detect and is hidden from users. Usually the only way to tell if you have spyware is to use a reputable antispyware program. Spyware includes a range of malware such as keyloggers, malicious cookies, tracking software, etc.
A: Websites that host spyware will infect your PC and send your private information to people who intend to use that information for malicious purposes. Anti-spyware is an important tool that will help to stop predators from stealing your identity, accessing your bank accounts, taking control of your internet browser or logging your keystrokes to steal your passwords.
A: PCBooster Free AntiSpyware is professional anti-spyware software that prevents a variety of malware threats like spyware, adware, trojans, keyloggers, bots, worms, and hijackers ... from being installed on your computer and therefore stops them from causing any harm to your PC.
A: In fact, the "spyware" here in our anti-spyware tool should be interpreted in a broad sense. It equals to "Malware" which is short for malicious software and is typically used as a catch-all term to refer to any software designed to cause damage to a single computer, server, or computer network, whether it's a virus, spyware, adware, etc. So our anti-spyware software can find and remove spyware, adware and other kinds of malware.
A: Simply speaking, the major difference
between PCBooster Free AntiSpyware and other similar
anti-spyware software are as follows:
a. PCBooster Free AntiSpyware offers functions or features that its competing peers have.
b. Compared to the products of same category our anti-spyware tool is easier to use.
c. PCBooster Free AntiSpyware is affordable for EVERY user for its free of charge.
A: Yes. Actually, PCBooster Free AntiSpyware has an attractive feature to customize file scan, allowing users to ignore certain sizes of files. For example, files larger than 5 Mb, 10 Mb or ... Mb. All you need to do is inputting a size number you want.
A: Sure, the answer is "Yes". Just click the "Tell me more" button of any detected malware in the list, then you will see more information about the malware you choose.
A: Over time as you use your computer, you might have noticed strange things are happening. Telltale signs such as error messages, slow loading, system crashes, and unwanted changes to your homepage, and annoying popup windows are all indications of spyware.
A: If you use the internet to browse websites, send emails, or download files, you are at risk of being affected by spyware. Increasingly, malicious websites employ rogue tactics to target unsuspecting internet users with malware. Spyware creators are becoming increasingly sophisticated and using new and emerging tactics to infect people's computers and steal valuable information.