What StopSign is most proud of is that our customer service is unlike any other in the industry.
Poulsbo, WA (PRWEB) October 1, 2009
StopSign™, one of the leaders in antivirus and malware/spyware protection, is proud to announce its Internet security software is now Windows 7 compatible.
While not scheduled to launch until October 22, Windows 7 has already created a buzz among developers, and the general public eagerly awaits the highly anticipated Windows 7 debut.
Upgrading to a new operating system prompts new protection worries. StopSign halts potential malware and spyware issues before they can get started, which is why the development team worked diligently to ensure their software is Windows 7 compatible before the official release.
"As people upgrade to Windows 7, it is important that they also update or upgrade their security software to a compatible version to ensure their system is protected," stated Rob Jandzinski, Manager of Antivirus Research at StopSign. He added, "Current StopSign customers are already updated for Windows 7."
The name StopSign has become synonymous with complete Internet security, including antivirus, antispyware and firewall protection. It also includes a popup blocker, IM scanner and on-demand scanning for additional security.
StopSign features their Custom Cure™ technology, which removes new, unique, and emerging infections. If StopSign customers run into a security or virus issue, a trained StopSign technician will develop a cure specifically for them.
What further separates StopSign from its competitors is that many antivirus programs are designed to stop viruses or malware/spyware, but not both. StopSign uses two separate scanning engines to stop viruses and common malware issues.
Jandzinski added, "What StopSign is most proud of is that our customer service is unlike any other in the industry." All customer service representatives at StopSign are located in the United States at the corporate headquarters and can be reached by phone, email, or live chat at no charge. Many competitors outsource their customer service overseas and others charge for simple customer service phone calls or emails.
StopSign, on the other hand, believes that software support is a right for each and every customer, not a privilege. That's why from email to chat to phones, StopSign provides unlimited customer service free of charge. That will continue to be true as people upgrade to Windows 7.