In these days in life, most of us are slowly getting more comfortable with unsafe habits when browsing the web. We update our software when we are notified; we let people we’re not 100% sure we know (old classmate from high school?) be a friend on Facebook; we download recipes or download and play games from unknown sites. Most of us have security software, but before we know it, our computer becomes slow.
I have a Mac now but I remember those days! When I first started blogging here I was using a poor old Dell desktop that was so slow it would take me forever to do anything! And, to be totally honest, I am a great virus finder! Tyler and I joke that I am the one who finds the viruses instead of the other way around!
To help you keep safe, CyberDefender in giving away a brand new laptop loaded with their software and expert help from LiveTech to set it up when it gets to your front step! To enter simply visit CyberDefender on Facebook and share with them your technology frustration story. It could be anything from the frustration of setting up a home network, downloading pictures from your iPhone or Android, or any cellphone per se. Maybe you are more of the visual kind, then share with them a picture of you and your family with your old or tired computer that has, definitely, seen better days! The more creative or humorous you are, the better chance you have to win!!
The company’s remote tech support service, LiveTech, can help with any PC-related issues, home networks or connected devices, from system slowdown to malware removal or even helping sync data and music between computers and smartphones.
– WIN IT –
Visit CyberDefender’s Facebook page, Like them, and share with them your technology frustration story!
The more creative or humorous you are, the better chance you have to win!!
– RULES –
Must be over 18 years of age to enter.
Contest results are final.
Please remember to read terms and conditions before you enter!
Disclosure: I got paid to share this giveaway with you. The opinions stated are my own and where in no way influenced by the hosting company.