Baby, baby it's a wild world and on the internet it's even wilder. Any major dude will tell you. So if you want your computers and networks to run in harmony, we suggest you don't be crazy. Keep things upbeat... always run an anti-virus software program on your computers and network. Here are a few reasons why:
Protection from Viruses
Computer hackers are bad company and generally have an appetite for destruction. They do the dirty work of creating royal scams that can hurt your organization and can easily corrupt your network. It's a cheap trick, but it is a huge business. Once viruses infect your computer, they can drastically slow down your processing speed, delete critical files and sometimes do irreparable damage leaving you with a communication breakdown. I can't tell you why these hackers do this, besides the lure of making money. So always protect your network with anti-virus software, the best can thwart 99.9 % of known viruses. It is smart to get professional guidance and support in implementing an anti-virus program on your network.
Protection from Spyware and Identity Theft
Don't Walk on the Wild Side - Protect Your Computers From Viruses
By Catherine Coloff
Differences Between Normal Computers and Gaming Computers
By David I Marquez
The Gap between Gamer PCs and Regular Computers is Growing
Traditionally, the difference between your average computers and gamer PCs has always been simple: your average computer was built with nearly outdated technology and your gamer PC was built the latest and greatest components. Now as technology is taking leaps and bounds in program and game design as well as in software development and application, computer hardware has had to be improved and innovated faster than ever before. Program developers are making their most creative and exotic imaginings become virtual reality on computer hardware that is years ahead of what average desktops are normally comprised. Gamer PCs have been built to bring to life on the monitor the developers' best renderings of their imaginations.
In order to keep up with developers' and players' demands for performance, advances in hardware have grown at an alarming rate, lengthening the gap between gamer PCs and regular computers by years. One of the largest differences when looking at the latest high-end gamer PC compared to a regular system is that the latest gamer PC has liquid cooling tubes which keep the CPU and graphics cards chilled and running faster. The lack of empty space is also quite obvious; whereas, in a normal desktop there is often glaring spaces of emptiness that don't exist in its competition.