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is there any way to scan an internet page to see if it's safe to go on? i have Norton Antivirus and yeah, i just don't want my computer running like junk if it can be avoidable.

thanks!
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i tried, i couldn't think of anything to search, it just showed up like ads for anti virus'
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avg, spyware doctor, spybot, ad aware. and if you have fire fox siteadvisor plugin or WOT
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is there any way to scan an internet page to see if it's safe to go on? i have Norton Antivirus and yeah, i just don't want my computer running like junk if it can be avoidable.

thanks!


This is why; Norton sucks. It is impossible to completely uninstall, as it plants itself deep inside your system. I would re-install Windows (or Mac) and download Avast! as it has worked the best out of any Antivirus program I've ever used. You won't be disappointed.
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the only thing I don't like about avast is the fact that it is always scanning,which is a nice thing at times but if your trying to play games your going to lag down so bad.
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Firefox for the win.
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