Windows: A Paradise for Viruses!

Posted: 29 April, 2014 in Comment, Computer, Microsoft, Security

Working where I do and seeing the constant stream of Computers from Windows Users, who have up to date Security, whose computers are full of viruses and malware you start to think just how secure the Windows Operating systems truly are!

After all considering the fact computers are used a bit more I’d expect more problems with viruses and the such but not on the scale I see week on week to a point it almost starting to look a joke.

All this made worse by the fact users think this is perfectly normal situation when you own a computer and use it on the internet as they do not know better.

But both Apple and Linux users know it is not the case as they do very similar things as Windows users, even the stupid things, and very rarely suffer from the same virus and malware issues as windows users.

The reasons may be slightly different for both Apple and Linux users but both users would not accept the same problems Windows users have with viruses and malware as they know the situation is simply not expectable or normal for computer users full stop!

So the biggest question is just why do Windows Users accept the situation as they would not if they had constant problems with their cars or other electrical equipment!

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