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Software Industry Report Launches Antispyware Reports

All Software Industry Reports are written for the average computer user.

Software Industry Report (SIR) launches Antispyware Reports. Spyware is a type of malware that can be installed or downloaded onto computers in order to collect small pieces of information about users without their knowledge. Information may include personal information, credit card numbers, personal history and more and pose a serious threat to personal identity security. In order to remove spyware and malware, a spyware remover is required, however the market is flooded with legitimate and illegitimate spyware removal systems. Some spyware removal systems are in fact spyware waiting to further corrupt your computer.

Removing spyware and adware programs from a computer may help increase performance and speed of the computer. SIR offers easy to digest reviews on the most popular antispyware software, including Malwarebytes, ErrorFix, AddsAlert, SpywareStop, Spyzooka, Emco Malware Bouncer and more.

“Our reports are designed so that any average PC users can understand them,” says Carl D. Haugen III, of SIR Computer. "Users can get frustrated with spyware invasions and not know where they came from or how to avoid them in the future. Our articles are constantly being updated with the latest information on the newest spyware programs so any PC user can help remedy a spyware invasion.”

Software Industry Report is the result of six computer repair technicians teaming up to find the best software that meets the tough testing of pc geeks combined with the ease of use for normal computer users. In 2008 their testing group expanded worldwide including computer techs and regular PC users. For over 20 years, SIR has been making recommendations to customers. Software Review Magazine offers the latest in-depth research regarding software purchases.

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Company: Software Industry Report
Phone: 281-886-8533

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