Windows Guides Feed

The PC security handbook is now available. This handbook is designed to help you find ways to protect your Windows XP/Vista/7 PC and ensure your data is safe.

The purpose of this book is not to define the ultimate solution; its purpose is to give you simple, unbiased advice on what I’ve found to be the best options out there. In this handbook, I only give advice and share programs that I’ve used for at least a year. Some programs seem good when you first use them, but quickly annoy you or slow down your PC.

pc-security-handbook

What’s in the Handbook?

Here’s an overview of the book:

  • Introduction
    • Notational Conventions
    • Security 101
  • How to Avoid Malware
  • Keep Your Computer up to Date
  • Keep Your Browser up to Date
    • Internet Explorer
    • Mozilla Firefox
  • Install Good Antimalware
    • AVG Internet Security
      • What Do I Get If I Use the Coupon?
    • ESET Smart Security
      • System Scanning
      • Scheduled Protection
      • Harm Prevention
      • Harm Protection
      • Resource Usage
      • Real-time Status
      • In Conclusion
    • Put Your Antimalware to the Test
      • AVG
      • ESET
  • Backup Your Data Online
    • Online Data Backup
    • MozyHome Features
    • Download Mozy for Free

Feedback is always welcome!

Windows PC Security Handbook

PC Security Handbook

Protect your PC form malware and keep your files safe with this free 14-page eBook.

Download the PC Security Handbook



About Rich

Rich is the owner and creator of Windows Guides; he spends his time breaking things on his PC so he can write how-to guides to fix the problems he creates.

Free PC tips by email

Search Windows Guides




Comments

54 thoughts on “PC Security Handbook Now Available”

  1. Other languages please.

    Spanish is good!!

    :-)

  2. Rich says:

    Thanks for your suggestion. Did you know Windows 7 – The Pocket guide is available in Spanish?

  3. Simple and easy to read guide. Cover quite a bit of review on antivirus/antimalware. I’m sure newbies would love it.

Comments are closed.


Computer tips in your inbox
Sign up for the Windows Guides newsletter to get PC tips and access to free Windows books (More details)

Enter your email address:
 

Popular Guides

See which sites have been visited on your PC (even if private browsing mode is used)

Create a Windows 7 System Repair Disc

Best Free Anti-malware

Hibernate vs. Sleep vs. Shut-Down

i3, i5, and i7; Dual, Quad, Hexa Core Processors. How to they Differ?

Intel's Ivy Bridge Processor: new Features

Submit Your Tip
Submit your computer tip to us; receive full credit for all published tips

Windows Guides on Facebook