I've been using free AVG for years, and I used to love it, but over the years it has turned into a resource hog.
Can anyone recommend what they consider the best PC Antivirus (I prefer free, but would be willing to pay a reasonable amount).
Obviously the most important thing is going to be its ability to protect my computer, but just as important would be its ability to run virtually undetected in the background without throwing up unnecessary messages, locking the machine up, rebooting, etc.
Thanks in advance!11 AnswersSecurity2 months ago
I ran across this video:
But when I attempted to find out more info about 'Face', all I could find was this guy:
Those two videos are three years apart, but they don't look or sound like the same guy.
Any idea?4 AnswersRap and Hip-Hop1 year ago
I live in Tennessee, and for years, I have heard people make incorrect, conflicting, and otherwise misleading claims regarding gun laws - specifically as they pertain to handguns.
The current law in Tennessee requires a permit to carry a handgun. The permit covers both open and concealed carry. There have been attempts at relaxing the law to allow for open carry without a permit (at which point only concealed carry would require a permit), including one that is supposed to be up for vote in 2017.
I was listening to a guy in my office this morning claim he could open carry his gun without a permit (information he claimed he got 'from his brother'). How is it that people can be so ignorant of the law (especially considering it only takes ten seconds with google to find correct information on state website, or others like opencarry.org etc.)?2 AnswersLaw & Ethics3 years ago
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Example - if a dog has an intense dislike for someone (to the point that they will try to attack the person), and that person comes into contact with someone else (like an adult holding a child), is it possible for the dog to get confused by the scent and want to attack them?5 AnswersDogs4 years ago
Considering that Trump has a disdain for the poor and never served in the military - how many days after he took office do you think it would be before Trump would have us neck deep in another Dubya/D!ck style quagmire (or worse)?
I give it about 3 (unless Putin sends him an e-mail on the first day congratulating him on his overcoming being born with freakishly small hands to become President of the United States.2 AnswersPolitics4 years ago
Why, in 2016, are multiple choice tests (such as the ACT) still using pencils and bubble sheets instead of a digital format?
It seems like an archaic way of doing things - not to mention the rule against going back to previous sections (which some people manage to get away with, while others get caught doing it) is unnecessary if you simply can't access the previous section.2 AnswersStandards & Testing4 years ago
So what's the 'ancient discovery in Israel that confirms part of the bible' that keeps showing up on the Y! homepage?
It appears to be some kind of clickbait - that takes you to a screen claiming your flash player is out of date (which isn't true).11 AnswersReligion & Spirituality4 years ago
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I would make sense if Joseph was the biological father, but according to the bible 'immaculate conception' (i.e. the 'holy spirit') was responsible for Mary becoming pregnant.34 AnswersReligion & Spirituality5 years ago
What do Christians think of Ben Carson's claim that the Egyptian pyramids were built by Joseph to store grain?
He seems to think that it's just 'secular progressives' who 'don't believe in the bible' who find his claims ridiculous.10 AnswersReligion & Spirituality5 years ago
Someone is claiming that Devo used to throw diapers filled with mashed potatoes into the audience. I couldn't find any reference to it online, and he seemed to think it came from pop-up video, but conveniently I can't locate it. I found a list that said it was from episode 40, but that's about it. Anyone know if the claim is true or not?2 AnswersRock and Pop5 years ago
Is the reason that religious people see religious symbology in the world because those symbols were based on naturally occurring patterns in the first place?2 AnswersReligion & Spirituality6 years ago
Choosing instead to focus their influence in countries like Uganda to attempt to enact laws making homosexuality punishable by death?4 AnswersReligion & Spirituality7 years ago