I don't think @16 is suggesting you not have an antivirus or antimalware program. What post 16 is saying is that you shouldn't trust the program to do all your dirty work, anymore than you would trust a police officer to tell you whether or not you're drunk while driving, or if your flat tire needs a repair, or if your oil needs changed. You wouldn't have an exterminater at your house every single hour of every single day telling you that bugs need killed. You wouldn't have a plumber over realtime monitoring your toilets to see if pipes are working properly while you go do whatever else it is you need to do. You wouldn't have an AC repairman watching your unit to see if the filter needs changed until it does. YOu remember these things; AC filters need changed at least once a month. Toilets should regularly be plunged and cleaned out once a week. Bugs are best kept away from your home if your home is clean and there's nothing to attract them.
And the same applys to computing. If you regularly visit high-traffic pages its best to check and see what, if anything has made it onto your PC. Watch your own back; don't expect some program to do it for you, even if there is a price tag atatched to it. Dark's post 14 is living proof of this last statement, as not only did they shaft him in the accessibility department but then wanted to keep him subscribed even though he clearly couldn't use the product anymore.
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