Simple answer to the title of article is simply NOPE.
Long version would sound like this: ok well I see some of the nastiest people or person I should say. And apparently he doesnt go online to do anything, and I bet he just likes feeling special . I know your pain, you got kids I got a child. I am self taught, lots of trial an error when I started out lots of nice sounding freeware games and such. Lots of reformats later I am here today. On facebook, yes the networking most talked about virused site. The games are cool there until the viruses kick in and become obvious. Then again you can simply get one from posting, or clicking on someone's horrid link that they sent or some virus did. The child then comes into play when your computer is frequently over heating or the thing freezes, or it's going to dump a massive important file. Or facebook game wants you to uninstall it's bad link and add another. So odd, never seen this before facebook. The child is crying he/she wants mommy, mommy mommy mommy look at me, mommy can I play outside, you know my rules you to young to be out there by yourself. Mommy can you... list is endless. Then come your clients into the picture, who either phone you or type an email cause they forgot what a phone is for. Then incoming call from your oldest daughter, another one coming to you from your youngest brat that has a hold of your cellphone... opps I left it somewhere she could reach. Techs cant live without their gear, once they get used to it and realize all the wonderful things they can do. Problem is no matter how up to date you still have the invisiable computer monkeys. that the program cant find because they happen to be the ones, that make your software dead to the world, disabling it's abilitys to do anything including warning you, the computer user. Cause of the fact that computer users are well aware of the better programs but, the computer virus writers, hackers all know about how popular it is. So they write code specifically to disable the well known well used anti- software and their companys.
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