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How to scan your computer for virus in 60 seconds

Today, lets reveal how to  scan your computer for viruses !!

NORMAL WAY: Open up any antivirus you have installed & click on SCAN to scan your whole computer for viruses. This is a good way but probably takes more time, so most users will be cancelling the scan. !!

QUICK WAY: BitDefender provides a small virus scanner tool which can do the above job in 60 seconds. Don’t forget “BitDefender is one of top & best antivirus”.

Just follow below steps to scan your whole PC in just 60 seconds. !!

  • Goto this site,( ).
  • Click Get it free.
  • Download it, agree to terms & install it.
  • Click Finish.
  • Now you can able to see virus scanner. 
  • Click Start scan.
  • scan
  • After 60 seconds scan, you will see ” Everything Seems to be fine ” message. It also shows virus if there is any  !! 

60 seconds is all needed hardly !!

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