Internet Security Settings
When setting up your computer's operating system, it is important to install an operating program that provides a security screening for all incoming downloads and email. Your program should be able to stand guard at the Internet gateway to block suspicious or untrustworthy material before it enters and harms your computer. While many programs and systems claim to offer this protection, there may be occasional glitches where unwanted material gets through and perhaps causes damage. That is why you need to understand how your current program works and whether another might be better or if you need an upgrade. Internet Explorer 6 is a very popular program that many users find effective. Obviously, you want to keep your browser open to downloads or helpful information. On the other hand, the more open the system is, the greater risk you face of being hit with spam or a virus. Internet Explorer 6, like others of its kind, seeks to balance openness with caution in allowing many kinds of trustworthy information access to your computer while blocking those that may be potentially harmful. Trusted and restricted zones help to categorize various types of information for safe use. Another widely used option is Windows XP Service Pack 2. After installation, click through to the Security Center to check the status of your settings. There you also can get the latest information on recent viruses or contact customer services for help with your security concerns. If you already have a system like these in place on your computer, click through it to learn more about the various security features that help to protect your hardware and software. If you don't already have an Internet access program with protective features, visit your local retailer or browse online sites to find out what your computer should have to ensure protection for all your documents, email, and confidential data.
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