Is it not recommended to have more than 1 anti virus software? On your computer, and if it's not, why? & why would you want to go out & install your own anti virus when more all the carriers (Comcast, AT&T, Clear, etc.) supply it with their product. Or to flip the script so to speak, why would the carriers supply it if it's not recommended to have or run more than one at a time?? I would think thy would just go out & buy & install whatever anti virus they want, to use. (& truth be told, I'm don't know how you disconnect the anti virus that comes with the package), cause doesn't it start-up automatically, & start scanning when you turn on your computer?? I'm obviously not the sharpest knife in the drawer when it comes to all this "Cyber-knowledge" But that's why I'm here. So sorry if some of my questions seem too elementary. I'm familiar with a lot of the more technical stuff, that I just picked up either from other people or had a reason to use it so I just kinda jumped in & "Shoot from the Hip", ( if you know what I mean). but there are a lot of the basic things that I never had to deal with so when they come up I'm a little lost with some of it. Anyway Thanks,
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