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text 2019-03-18 12:06
Avail The Free Virus Scan And Removal Service From The Experts

There are programs that can steal and send sensitive data to their developers and ultimately harm the host systems. These programs are called viruses; and to get rid of them and the problems they cause, a proper antivirus must be used. If you are a user with little knowledge in this matter, it is best to consult the most proficient Free Virus Scan And Removal service-provider.


Why need an antivirus?   


Depending upon the programming and the infection pattern, the computer virus may be a worm, a malware, ransomware, a Trojan horse, or any other nefarious programs designed to cause harm in the collective system. For having the infected system free from the attacking program, a complete Free Virus Scan And Removal protocol must be run. If you cannot perform the disinfection protocol properly, you must contact with the best and most experienced personnel available in the market. The reason you need a good antivirus is;


  1. Protection from external attacks
  2. Security of financial data
  3. Proper running of internal software
  4. Protection from botnets
  5. Defense from Trojan and malware
  6. Warning against fraudulent attachments in e-mails.
  7. Providing protection against rootkit attacks.
  8. Providing a secure digital environment for monetary transactions.



The services


The duty of the best company providing virus scan and Trojan Virus Services doesn’t stop at finding the virus responsible and remedying it. The most expert company providing the services shall be proficient enough to deliver services that encompass everything, from the detection to the remediation of the system. The services that the most expert company will be adept in providing can be surmised as;


  • All-time Antivirus Support



The virus has no specific time of the attack, and therefore the technical assistance team of the most expert company is always ready to give support to you in case of any virus or malware attacks.



  • Help in setup



Each antivirus is different and is needed to be set up in a different manner to function completely and without any issues. The different methods are routinely applied by the group of experts of the most proficient company, and therefore it will be most prudent to employ them in setting up the resistance program.


  • In-operation issues



Especially in already infected computers, some error may occur in the indigenous programming of the system and may cause the system to malfunction. The most proficient company shall be always ready to solve those issues and give the system a complete make-over.


  • Update support



New viruses are written every day, and therefore, the arsenal of the antivirus must also be properly equipped with the countermeasures. The best company providing the antivirus help must also reach out to provide update helps, so that the program is always at its most ready.


Get professional service


The Antivirus Support lineup is available to receive calls 24 hours a day. You can communicatewith the remote aid on the toll-free number or mail the questions. Visit their site to look for description and strategies.

Source: geekshields.com
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review SPOILER ALERT! 2019-03-03 00:11
My Anti-Virus not Opening | Problem Solved | Updated 2019

Is your Anti-virus not opening or working properly on device?


Then, don’t panic! In fact, try to understand and troubleshoot the problem with appropriate steps as given below (for both Windows and Mac OS).


Anti-Virus not opening in Windows 7, 8, or 10: Here’s the Answer


Troubleshooting steps to make your anti-virus respond and work like before:


  1. Restart your device and try to run anti-virus
  2. In case, the problem isn’t resolving- check for any security updates within this software. If present- install them.
  3. However, if your anti-virus stopped working after the last Windows update then, restore your system to its earlier version.
  4. If your anti-virus program still not responding then, you need to disable Windows Defender.

What is Windows Defender? – It is system embedded security software that blocking the path of your third-party installed program.

And, to disable it:


  • Type ‘Windows Defender’ in the start search field.
  • Next click on settings option in Windows defender dialog box.
  • From the left pane, choose Windows defender and tap on each ON/OFF button under
  • Real-time protection, cloud-based protection, and sample submissions to disable them all.
  • Now, close the window by saving the changes and try to run your Anti-virus program again.

In case, you feel that your anti-virus problem is quite tough for these solutions to fix then, contact Anti-virus Support Team for the more advanced and immediate solution.

Fix Anti-virus not Opening on Mac OS


With no more talk- let’s straightway get to the solution:


  1. Download and install Remove Symantec Mac Files tool using Safari browser.
  2. In case, you used Google Chrome or Firefox browser, double-click on Remove Symantec Mac Files and expand it.
  3. Then, in this file folder, click on command file and tap on open with Terminal (default).

Note: While running this tool, make sure you are logged in as Administrator.


  1. On seeing the message that tool is from an unidentified developer, click on Open to continue.
  2. Next, in the terminal window, type the credentials of your Admin account and press Return. While you type the password- no character appears.
  3. Press Type 1 to remove all Symantec files and folders and click on Return.
  4. When ‘Remove Symantec Mac Files’ tool finishes removing all Symantec files then, restart your Mac.

Important: Make sure you save your work in other applications- before you press RETURN.


  1. Now, install your anti-virus program again.
  2. In case, you’ve purchased the anti-virus software, install it by using valid product key provided at the time of purchase.
  3. For free anti-virus program, click on Sign in button to type your email address and password.
  4. Then, in Get started window, click on Download
  5. Tap on ‘I agree’ checkbox to get the file and save it on your system.
  6. Double-click on your anti-virus installer file and follow on-screen instructions to complete the process.
  7. After the successful install, restart your device to bring the anti-virus program into action.

If you are facing any issue while following these steps to fix anti-virus not opening, then call our Anti-Virus Removal Support team for the solution.

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text 2019-02-22 11:54
Respiratory Syncytial Virus Diagnostics Market Factors Impelling Growth of Market through 2026 and Beyond

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is responsible for many chronic conditions such as pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, and respiratory disease. It primarily affects neonates, infants and adults and is responsible for outpatient visits, hospitalization and death in some cases. Therefore, diagnosis of RSV- associated diseases is crucial to avoid further medical severity. Symptoms of RSV presence include, rhinorrhea, cough, wheeze, respiratory distress, and hypoxemia. Molecular diagnostic is most widely used techniques for diagnosing RSV.


Respiratory Syncytial Virus Diagnostics Market - Market Dynamics


High prevalence of respiratory infections due to RSV is a major factor driving growth of the respiratory syncytial virus diagnostics market. According to a report by the Lancet, 2017, around 33·1 million episodes of RSV induced acute lower respiratory infections that resulted in around 3·2 million hospitalizations and around 59,600 in-hospital deaths in children younger than 5 years of age, worldwide, in 2015. Moreover, the report stated that the overall RSV- acute lower respiratory infections- related mortality was around 118200 in 2015.


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Furthermore, high prevalence of several chronic conditions such as pneumonia and other respiratory tract infections due to RSV is a major factor contributing to growth of the market over the forecast period. For instance, according to a report by World Health Organization (WHO), May 2018, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and lower respiratory tract infection are amongst top five chronic diseases with highest mortality rate, worldwide. The report stated that around 3 million each deaths were registered due to COPD and lower respiratory tract infection in 2016, worldwide.


Respiratory Syncytial Virus Diagnostics Market - Regional Insights


On the basis of Geography, respiratory syncytial virus diagnostics market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa. North America is expected to be dominant in the respiratory syncytial virus diagnostics market over the forecast period. According to study published in journal American Family Physician in 2017, around 2% to 3% of infants, younger than 12 months are hospitalized with an RSV infection, annually, in the U.S. As per same source, Around 57,500 hospitalizations and 2.1 million outpatient visits are associated with RSV infections in children younger than five years, annually, in the U.S. It can be concluded from epidemiological data that the U.S. has high potential for respiratory syncytial virus diagnostics market. Presence of key players and their products in North America would be another important driver for the market growth.


Respiratory Syncytial Virus Diagnostics Market - Competitive Landscape


Key players operating in the respiratory syncytial virus diagnostics market include, F. Hoffmann La-Roche AG , Becton, Dickinson and Company, Novartis AG, Abbott Laboratories, Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc., BioMerieux, DiaSorin SPA, Millipore-sigma, Quidel Corporation, Alere Inc., Coris BioConcept, Fast-track Diagnostics, and Quest Diagnostics.


Respiratory Syncytial Virus Diagnostics Market - Market Taxonomy


- On the basis of diagnostic techniques: Molecular Diagnostics, Direct Fluorescent Antibody (DFA) Method, Rapid Antigen Diagnostic Test, Monoclonal Antibodies, Flow Cytometry, Diagnostic Imaging, Immnunochromgraphic Assay, Gel Microdroplets, Others

- On the basis of end user: Hospitals, Diagnostic Centers, Commercial Radioisotope Manufacturers

- On the basis of region: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa


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review 2019-02-05 10:45
Ich muss hellseherische Kräfte haben
Partials (Partials, #1) - Dan Wells

Dan Wells und ich haben eines gemeinsam: wir haben beide „Die Welt ohne uns“ von Alan Weisman gelesen. In meinem Fall führte die Leseerfahrung zu der Erkenntnis, dass unser Fußabdruck auf der Erde fast ausschließlich negativ wäre, würden wir plötzlich verschwinden. In Dan Wells‘ Fall beeinflusste die Lektüre das Design der Dystopie in seiner Young Adult Science-Fiction-Trilogie „Partials Sequence“. Er orientierte sich bei seiner Beschreibung einer verlassenen Welt stark an Weismans wissenschaftlichem Gedankenspiel. Das war ihm nur möglich, weil seine Zukunftsvision nicht auf physischer Zerstörung beruht, beispielsweise durch eine Bombe. In seiner Apokalypse kam die Katastrophe auf leisen Sohlen: in Form eines Virus.


Beinahe jeden Tag hält die 16-jährige Medizinstudentin Kira ein totgeweihtes Neugeborenes in ihren Armen. Seit die Partials vor über einem Jahrzehnt das RM-Virus freisetzten, das die Menschheit nahezu ausrottete, wurde kein einziges gesundes Baby geboren. Die meisten Säuglinge überleben nur wenige Tage. Nicht einmal verzweifelte Fortpflanzungsgesetze können das Unausweichliche aufhalten. Ohne ein Heilmittel stirbt Kiras Gemeinschaft auf Long Island langsam aus. Als ihre Ziehschwester Madison schwanger wird, hält sie ihre Hilflosigkeit nicht länger aus. Es muss eine Heilung geben. Die Forschung muss etwas übersehen haben. Um Madisons Baby zu retten, entwickelt Kira einen waghalsigen Plan. Will sie RM besiegen, braucht sie Antworten von denjenigen, die das Virus erschufen: den Partials. Sie muss eine der biomechanischen künstlichen Intelligenzen gefangen nehmen, sie befragen und untersuchen. Sie weiß, dass sie einen weiteren Krieg riskiert. Aber ist die Zukunft der Menschheit das Risiko nicht wert?


Ich bin schwer enttäuscht von Dan Wells. „Partials“ fehlt genau das, was mich an seiner „John Cleaver“-Reihe beeindruckt: Glaubwürdigkeit und Originalität. Peinlich, bedenkt man, dass der jugendliche Soziopath gegen übernatürliche Dämonen kämpft, während die gesamte Konzeption des YA-SciFi-Trilogieauftakts auf wissenschaftlichen Erklärungen beruht. Ich fühlte mich zu clever für das Buch und kaufte Wells entscheidende Details einfach nicht ab. Erstaunlicherweise war es jedoch nicht die Dystopie selbst, die meine Stirn in zweifelnde Falten legte. Zwar trägt der Konflikt zwischen Schöpfer und Schöpfung, verkörpert durch Menschheit und die K.I. Partials, längst einen grauen Bart, aber mir gefiel die Ergänzung des Virus RM, dessen tödliche Auswirkungen den Fortbestand der menschlichen Spezies bedrohen. Eine interessante Idee, die Wells mit gebührender Konsequenz verfolgt. Jede Facette des Lebens der 16-jährigen Protagonistin Kira wird von RM beeinflusst. Da es bisher kein Heilmittel gibt, sieht die notdürftige Regierung keine andere Möglichkeit, als junge Frauen zur Fortpflanzung zu verpflichten. In der Hoffnung, dass irgendwann ein immunes Baby geboren wird, setzen sie das Alter für eine Schwangerschaft immer weiter herunter, was natürlich nicht nur auf Zustimmung stößt. Die Gesellschaft ist gespalten und die Angst vor den Partials sitzt vor allem der älteren Bevölkerung, die sich bewusst an den Krieg erinnert, tief in den Knochen. Mit diesen Rahmenbedingungen konnte ich mich gut anfreunden. Womit ich mich hingegen nicht anfreunden konnte, war die viel zu große Rolle, die Wells seiner Protagonistin aufzwang. Als ihre Ziehschwester Madison schwanger wird, beschließt Kira, im Alleingang und in Rekordzeit das zu schaffen, was wesentlich klügeren Köpfen misslang: RM zu heilen. Nun habe ich überhaupt kein Problem mit ehrgeizigen Ambitionen – ich verstand Kiras Beweggründe und gestand ihr einen Versuch zu. Mein Problem bestand darin, dass Dan Wells in „Partials“ niemals in Frage stellt, ob es für eine 16-jährige Medizinstudentin nicht vielleicht etwas unrealistisch sein könnte, allein innerhalb weniger Wochen ein Virus zu heilen, das die Menschheit seit einem Jahrzehnt plagt. Sie mag ja ein begnadetes Talent für Virologie besitzen, aber meines Wissens nach ist die Suche nach einem Heilmittel ein Projekt, dem eine ganze Armee voll ausgebildeter Wissenschaftler_innen ihr gesamtes Leben widmen muss. Ebenso halte ich es für sehr unwahrscheinlich, dass vor ihr angeblich niemand die Partials untersuchen wollte, besonders angesichts des hohen kollektiven Leidensdrucks. Angst hin oder her, zu Zeiten des Krieges muss es Kriegsgefangene gegeben haben. Die Menschheit ist nicht so nobel, dass mit diesen nicht experimentiert worden wäre.  Aber klar, Kira ist die Heldin, die wagt, was außer ihr niemand wagt und hat dabei natürlich auch noch echte Chancen auf Erfolg. Logisch. Durch diesen Heldinnenstatus ist „Partials“ ermüdend vorhersehbar. Ich erinnere mich, dass ich während der Lektüre eines Abends differenziert über den weiteren Handlungsverlauf spekulierte – ich lag mit jeder Mutmaßung richtig. Entweder habe ich hellseherische Kräfte, oder das Buch ist wirklich so berechenbar.


Ich wünschte, „Partials“ wäre überraschender gewesen. Ich wünschte, ich hätte nicht zusehen müssen, wie exakt das eintrat, was auch in der Handlung jeder anderen beliebigen YA-Dystopie hätte passieren können. Strahlende Heldin, plakative Dramatik, Verrat, Geheimnisse, große Offenbarung, bla bla bla. Zwischendrin tanzen mal blasse Nebenfiguren über die Bühne, die sich ebenso wenig wie Kira mit der präzisen, psychologisch fundierten Charakterisierung eines John Cleaver messen können. Alles ist so… gewöhnlich. Ich habe nicht erwartet, von Dan Wells dermaßen enttäuscht zu werden. Ich habe ihm nicht zugetraut, dass er einen Roman schreiben könnte, der in diesem Maße von Stereotypen und Klischees gebeutelt ist. Ich dachte, er wäre ein Autor, auf dessen unkonventionelle Ideen ich mich verlassen könnte. Tja, da hat die Young Adult – Falle wohl zugeschnappt. Ich verzichte darauf, die „Partials Sequence“ weiterzulesen.

Source: wortmagieblog.wordpress.com/2019/02/05/dan-wells-partials
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review 2018-09-23 17:05
5 STARS for this story that lives up to its amazing cover...
Contagion - Erin Bowman




Erin Bowman





After receiving an urgent SOS from a work detail on a distant planet, a skeleton crew is dispatched to perform a standard search-and-rescue mission.




But when the crew arrives, they find an abandoned site, littered with rotten food, discarded weapons…and dead bodies.




As they try to piece together who—or what—could have decimated an entire operation, they discover that some things are best left buried—and some monsters are only too ready to awaken.






I wasn't sure what to expect with this…the only other books by Erin Bowman that I've read have been YA Westerns.  This is way different than those books.  I'll admit, early on, I thought she was jumping on the bandwagon, so to speak, with this deep space horror/thriller based on a crazy virus.  It felt an awful lot like Illuminae.  Within no time though, that thought was out of my head, because I was hooked on this compelling story.  With zombie-like symptoms, this mysterious virus is seriously frightening.  It does end on a total cliffhanger, but I'm not even upset about that because I cannot wait to listen to the second book which is set to come out in July of 2019.











Plot~ 5/5

Main Characters~ 5/5

Secondary Characters~ 5/5

The Feels~ 4.8/5

Pacing~ 5/5

Addictiveness~ 4.8/5

Theme or Tone~ 5/5

Flow (Writing Style)~ 5/5

Backdrop (World Building)~ 4.5/5

Originality~ 4.8/5

Ending~ 5/5  Cliffhanger~ Yeah…you could say that.


Book Cover~ Love it…especially the colors in it.

Narration~ Amy McFadden

Series~ Contagion #1

Setting~  The Planet Achlys

Source~ Audiobook (Library)




I used this for Dead Lands Square in Halloween Bingo 2018


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