Some safety precautions n a computer lab would be: do not have trailing wires or cables; do not write down and stick on the PC any username and password combinations; obey health and safety regulations for that lab. It is also important to know where the fire exits are and where the correct fire extinguishers are.
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First you need to find out if the game has a PC version, many games do not. If they do not have a PC version you will not be able to get the game in PC format. Emulators have been developed to allow playing of some games on a PC but that would only allow you to play a game not designed for a PC on a PC
One can get a free PC health check from Microsoft where one can download the safety scanner to check if ones computer has viruses. The scanner does expire after ten days as it is not a replacement for virus software and would need to be re-downloaded. One should be careful about which sites to download from, as often programs will show files that are incorrect malware and these files are essential computer running files.
Yes, there are "types of safety" for just about anything dangerous that people perform while at jobs or while on public ways or in places open to the public. For instance, there are: highway safety for the roads and passenger safety in airplanes; "occupational safety" or industrial safety (OSHA and similar rules elsewhere); scientific laboratory safety; school safety; construction safety; public safety (police, lifeguards, firefighters, EMS, etc); etc.
try turning the PC in safe mode and turning off the Internet connection then go to control panel and search for something that says uninstall or change programs then a list of all your installed software will show up then just search Norton safety minder and uninstall it (it worked for me :D) send me a message to my you tube account "chimingito" if it works for you