Vipre Antivirus and Wincleaner
I have seen these 2 products on the air before but I have never considered buying them until now. Because my last 2 laptops stopped working, and they could not be fixed. And now I am going to be buying a new one, and I would like it to be the last. I was thinking about getting a tablet, but until they come out with one with Adobe Flash Player. I am not getting one. So, how well do these products work?
I purchased Vipre about a year and a half ago for my 4 year Sony Vaio works great. I also put it on my tablet and it works great. Adobe Flash stopped supporting Android tablets back in 2012 so you will not find any tablet that will have that. Wanted to get Wincleaner for my Sony Vaio to improve its speed so I am waiting to hear more comments before I purchase it.
Vipre works and is very essential….Kathy
I purchased Vipre when I bought my new laptop and hubbys all in one pc. Installed it on the older pcs too. No problems it just works in the background minding it’s own business!! It never jumps up at me like McAfee and some others and takes very little room. Can’t beat the price!!! Don’t know about the wincleaner.
They won’t be any tablets coming out with Adobe Flash Player. If you want it you have to install it yourself, or a browser such as Dolphin.
HSN doesn’t tell you this, but all Windows 8.x computers have Windows Defender antivirus included as part of the OS.
mr4, Welcome to The Community! I’ve used a version of Vipre antivirus with great success for the past few years. I have a Dell laptop that is about 4 years old and I use it constantly. I hope you give it a try and let us know what you think!
Speaking as a nurse with many years experience serving patients with liver disease, this is a valid concern.
PLEASE,PLEASE,& PLEASE…. tell your family member to take NO medication or supplement before consulting with a liver specialist. I don’t think even his general family doctor would give an certain answer. The family doctor will probably recommend a specialist.
People without liver disease can die after using Tylenol to cure a headache.
Tylenol overdose or severe hepatic (liver) failure is more likely if alcohol is present in the blood, like a hangover.
What your family member ingests my kill him, or result in any number of serious consequences, including confusion & poor decision making. The mental consequences with liver disease are often the result of Ammonia, & other toxins not being filtered b y the liver.
This is a BIG deal. Your cousin is fortunate you care enough to ask the right questions. You are a good caring family member. You must remember, your cousin may not follow any advise so be ready to let go if your advise is rejected. It’s the unsolicited advise rejected not you.
Good Night & Good Health to you
He needs to ask his doctor.
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01.21.14 5:54 AM