How to Reinstall STOPzilla Anti-Spyware When you Migrate from Windows XP® to Windows® 7?
STEP 1: After the successful installation of Windows 7 operating system on your old or new PC, download the latest version of STOPzilla Anti-Spyware. Or, insert the STOPzilla Anti-Spyware CD into CD-ROM.
STEP 2: Double click on the setup file to start the installation wizard on a Windows 7 computer.
STEP 3: Click on the Continue button (only if the operating system prompts for).
STEP 4: Click Next.
STEP 5: Select the I Accept terms and conditions
STEP 6: Click Next.
STEP 7: Click the check mark if you do not want to install STOPzilla web browser toolbar.
STEP 8: Click Next a final time to complete the installation.
STOPzilla Anti-Spyware offers some interesting features like:
- It blocks Phishing attacks efficiently.
- It provides real time protection against Spywares and malwares.
- It detects and destroys Browser hijackers.
- It also protects from malicious sites and is very simple to use.
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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-Spyware programs like Spy Sweeper, Counter Spy, STOPzilla, Anti-Spy, and many others by following these easy steps.
You don't need to buy Anti-Spyware software again. If you have purchased a license for the software, follow these steps to download and reinstall the latest version of STOPzilla Anti-Spyware program on your Windows 7 operating system and protect yourself from malicious online threats.