Tips on reinstalling an Antivirus on Windows® 7
iYogi, the on-demand tech services company with a unique global delivery model, is offering an ongoing Insight Series leading up to the launch of Windows 7 with helpful tips for consumers and small businesses planning to move to the new operating system.
What’s the Issue: For migrating from Windows XP -- which is close to 70% of desktops today-- to Windows 7, consumers will require a ‘clean’ install of the new operating system. Users will need to reinstall their applications including Anti-Virus programs like AVG, McAfee, Norton, BitDefender, Â and others by following these easy steps.
Why Do It: You don’t need to buy Anti-Virus software again. If you have a purchased a license for the software, follow these steps to download and reinstall the latest versions of Anti-Virus programs on your Windows 7 operating system and protect your self from malicious online threats.
What to Do: AVG Anti-Virus 9.0
What to Do: Norton Anti-Virus 2010
What to Do: McAfee Anti-Virus
What to Do: Kaspersky Anti-Virus
What to Do: F-Prot
What to Do: ZoneAlarm Internet Security
What to Do: Trend Micro Anti-Virus
iYogi offers robust Windows 7 migration programs and support solutions, along with a comprehensive website at windows7.iyogi.com that is a ready-reference for anyone migrating to Windows 7 and provides a step-by-step guide to application migration.
If you need professional assistance with migrating to Microsoft’s latest operating system call iYogi. Microsoft Certified tech experts will help you migrate your operating system, data and applications quickly and efficiently.