How to stop the virus spreading on your computer


What if you’re running a Windows 8 machine?

Well, you’re probably using the Windows 8 system management system.

Windows 8 is the most popular operating system for PC’s, laptops, tablets, and phones.

And it’s easy to forget that Windows 8 comes with the system management software that makes your computer work and help keep it running.

Here are some tips on how to keep Windows 8 running in the background, and stop it from spreading.

First things first, you need to get rid of the Windows 7 and Windows 8 apps you’re using, which are no longer available on the Windows Store.

There’s no reason to install them again, so make sure to uninstall them and re-install the Windows 10 and Windows 10 Anniversary Update apps.

You can do this by running the Windows Update tool from the Start menu.

The tool will scan your computer for apps that need to be removed.

If you’re still running Windows 7 or 8 apps, you’ll need to uninstall those apps and reinstall them.

If those apps are still installed, you can re-run the Windows update tool, or you can uninstall those updates by running a clean install of Windows 10 or Windows 10 Enterprise.

The clean install doesn’t remove any applications, but it does uninstall some unnecessary ones.

Next, uninstall any unnecessary Windows 8.1 apps that are no-longer needed on your PC.

You won’t be able to run these apps again.

Finally, uninstall the Microsoft Office 2010 and Office 2010 Enterprise suites.

These apps were designed to work with Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 2019, which is the newest version of Office for Windows 10.

You’ll need these software to run the Windows apps you already have installed.

For Windows 8, you will also need the Office 2010 Universal Apps and the Office 2013 Universal Apps.

You don’t need these programs if you’ve installed Windows 10 Pro.

You need them if you don’t.

Now, install all the software you need in the order listed above, including the Microsoft Edge browser extension and the Microsoft Word and Excel software.

And that’s it!

The Windows 8 OS will start to work again.

If it’s still not working, you might need to re-enable your computer’s power management feature.

You will need to turn it off before it starts to work normally again.