I'm not sure if I'm in the right place for my question:
Today when I turned on my computer I found a box in the middle of my screen with a yellow triangle with a large Exclamation mark in it in the upper corner of the box. Inside the box was the following message:
FILE NAME WARNING: There is a file or folder on your computer called "C:\Program" which could cause certain applications to not function correctly. Re-naming it to "C:\Program 1" would solve this problem", Would you like to re-name it now?"
Then at the bottom of the box is three boxes that give the following options: RENAME...IGNORE...OR DON'T PERFORM THIS CHECK AT START UP.
With so many scams out there I am absolutely paranoid about clicking on anything for fear I might be allowing a virus into my system. So I'm wondering if this is a legitimate warning and if so, how can I ever be sure in the future with other warnings that might pop up?