Your Computer Might Be at Risk - Windows XP SP2

"Your Computer Might Be at Risk"Popup message that appears is usually in the lower right corner of the screen. This message is typically operating systems Windows XP SP2And alert message "Your Computer Might Be at Risk" will inform the setting and situation security to your PC

Your Computer Might Be at Risk

Message appears when you turn on the computer, in some situations: anti-virus is disabledAnti-virisul not updated or not installed, firewallIs idle or operating system has halted regular updates.

If you want to get rid of it alert, Pop-up "Your Computer Might Be at Risk" can be disabled for each of the above said statements.

Disable Your Computer Might be at risk in Windows XP SP2.

- Double-click on the message and open Windows Security Center.

- In the "Resources" on the left side (see picture below) click on the last option: Change the way Security Center alerts me.

disable-Alerter- Panel Alert Settingsuncheck situations that do not want to receive alert "Your Computer Might Be at Risk" ...

Your Computer Might Be at Risk - Windows XP SP2

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