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Posted 07 February 2015 - 04:51 PM

Glad to see that the IObit issue is now solved and behind us :) For an Antivirus, I would say that a free one will suffice, but that you should consider investing money in a more recent version of Windows. Windows XP is outdated and vulnerable. Every exploits found in it will not be patched by Microsoft and the Antivirus companies won't be able to patch them as well. As long as you're running Windows XP, your system is at risk of being infected and hacked into, and all your information/data could be compromised.

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