Don’t Buy a New PC Because of Malware

So your PC is packed with malware…STOP! Don’t buy a new PC.–PC Pitstop.

Don’t Buy a New PC Because of Malware

By Leo Notenboom

For some reason many people’s gut reaction to a malware infestation is to consider getting a new computer. That’s just … wrong.

I give up. My computer has been infected with malware – lots of it – and I can’t seem to get rid of it all. I’m ready to throw in the towel. Should I just get a new computer? Wouldn’t that just solve everything?

You should never have to buy a new computer because of malware.

I hear from people all the time who have machines infected with varying degrees of malware. Their goal is simple: their computer is crippled with malware and they just want it to work so that they can get on with their lives.

If that’s you, and you’re at the point where you’re considering getting a new computer because of it, wait.

Before you get out your credit card and lay out money on a new computer, allow me to clear up some common confusion and possibly save you some cash.

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7 thoughts on “Don’t Buy a New PC Because of Malware”

  1. My computer has a configuration error (code purple) It is a HP product. Contacted HP, they are aware of the problem but are unwilling to help with remedy. They say it is too old! Any ideas on remedy will be appreciated! Will not purchase another HP product. They tatooed the mother board to crash after x- number of hours and got into a law suit because of it. Type in code purple on your browser and read. Thanks!

  2. My computer has been infected with adware. Any time I go to a web site I get pop ups and ads and I am ready to throw the computer away.

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