I have been using Eset products for many years and think they're among the best Anti-Virus, Security Suites out there. I began using a computer in 1987 to draw schematics and then went to integrated schematic and PC board design software. My first two computers were purchased at a place that built computers out of standard parts, a 386 and a 486 in the early to mid 1990s, and from then on, I bought the parts and built my own. I basically hate name brand computers because they use nonstandard parts, especially Dell. The last name brand computer I worked on was a HP and it needed a new motherboard because there was an USB error indicating there was a surge. When I went to HP to see how much a new motherboard cost, I was shocked. They wanted $215 for it. I was able to research and found a motherboard for $60 but didn't have a 25 pos. Parallel port. Of course the case wouldn't allow me to replace the I/O shield either. I currently use three desktops and have a laptop that collects dust.
Family and friends bring their computers to me to fix. Many of the computers are infected, some are dead and I recap them to bring them back to life, install larger hard drives and whatever else I can do. I'm self taught and learn as I go. I think I'm pretty good at repairing them, but realize the more I know about them, the more I need to learn more. I'm here because I want to learn more