Time and time again, computers seem to get infected with a plethora of harmful pieces of software – viruses, rootkits, spyware – all under the inclusive banner of “malware.” These invasive programs are known for stealing identities, destroying data, and generally creating digital chaos.

So how do everyday computer users like us remove this nasty malware? Probably the best possible solution is right here in Fresno, in fact! Everyone knows that nerds are the best at fixing computer problems like malware – and we have the best Nerds in the country who would love to come out to wherever you are here in Fresno and can help you set your errant computer back on the straight and narrow.

Now, you might ask us, “what happens if the virus is just too tough?” Occasionally, this happens. There can be some rather persistent and terrible viruses that float around infecting unprotected PCs. While we hope, of course, that we’re able to actually remove the malware, there is the off chance that it may need more serious treatment. If that is needed, we offer two options: either we don’t charge you (because greed isn’t in our nature) or we help you format and reinstall.

Probably it won’t come to that, but we want to make sure you can evaluate every eventuality and know that we’ll be here to serve you no matter what happens. We’re on your side in the long fight against invasive software! If you have any questions about malware removal services, give us a call or click to chat below!

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Questions nerds often hear about Fresno Malware Removal

Will malware make me lose my data?

Malware can take many forms. Many of these will cause your computer to act in an unstable fashion. While most malware does not directly erase data, you should make a backup of everything you hold dear

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Common Terms


A rootkit is a piece of software that runs at the same level as your operating system’s administrator

Trojan Horse

A trojan horse is a type of malware that poses as another piece of software to trick you into installing it