Microsoft recently started installing its Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) free antivirus product via the Operating System update mechanism to computers which don’t already have an antivirus installed
I understand what you are saying,
but as a matter of fact our definitions: “very ordinary product” & “very acceptable free AV”
are pretty much close if not the same
I never told that MS Microsoft products are bad as a whole.
What I may’ve expressed re: some of their developments - that those for sure can be considerably better quality … “IF”… and we know few reasons for that (out of scope here)
They have a very strong and thorough methodology in testing (I know that from my own experience when participating in writing some Software for them), but still … so many holes in what we are using.
As for the trees … If there are a lot of them isn’t that a forest? The only hope - we will not be lost ;D
As for the Mac / Linux viruses, which was discuses here before - that is only a matter of “that kinda marketing”
That is just bloody & fairly simple code … nothing else
You wanna target those OSes - no problems whatsoever! …
… MS is just an easiest target indeed, but not purely because it’s most popular System as many may think
As for eating any food by McDonald’s / KFC / Red bloody Rooster/ and alike junk outlets in a regular / “irregular” basis or any other reason…
I can tell you as bluntly as I can:
(I hope & I’m almost sure you will not get it wrong…agreed? ;))
Yes , so what I wanna tell bluntly? : Only pure degenerates can eat that ■■■■
Sorry, I cannot be more soft or “diplomatic” regarding the matter
What are you saying?.. Come again, please … “There are many of them?”
You’r right … but … Who cares, if they don’t care?
Finally, what about Mac viruses? Are they coming with fresh & very healthy salad now?
With some beetroot?
Sure, one cannot be “rooted” (if I may use French) by beet … but other stuff… good luck!