A computer virus is like a real virus in that both are infectious. Real viruses can travel from person to person, and Computer Viruses can travel from computer to computer. And of course, both computer viruses and real viruses have harmful effects on the organisms or computers which become infected by them.
LOUINHOCK is the real virus inventor.......
Virus' kill your computer software is things like Microsoft word but if you have a virus in your software than the software is not real it is a virus.
One is a real microbe (human virus). It is a real virus germ, that causes infections in people like the flu and a cold. Computer viruses are not real germs and are only nicknamed a "virus" because they spread like one from computer to computer. Computer viruses are just software/programs that can be put on and hidden in your computers by other computers through malicious programs that a criminal geek has created to harm your system and make it harm other systems in return. It has nothing to do with germs or real infections.
yes but why do you really care
No because she’s a computer system then died by a bug(virus)
The best way to stop them from entering your computer is installing a real-time anti-virus program. Many such programs can bu gotten for free, like Avira.
A virus slows down a computer because, just like a real world virus, it keeps replicating until your computer is literally FULL of viruses. Otherwise, the virus deletes critical system files or data and so your computer slows down because it does no longer contain the logic to operate.
the ovre write virus is the virus that affects computer like
They Scan Your Computer And Alert You When You Have A Virus.....Sort Of Like a Security System For Your Computer
The computer virus cannot be seen therefore it has no figure.
A Computer virus usually gets in by the internet , just like unwanted cookies. You would need a virus scanner to remove the virus from your computer or laptop .
well it depends on what virus it has like a weak virus then yes but a big virus like a Trojan horse then no.