How to Delete Spyware from Registry


If you have ever downloaded information off of the internet regardless of whether you know it or not, your computer could have adware, malware or spyware programs spooled in the background.They are usually transported via free screensavers, free internet games or in some cases just by visiting a website.

1. Is your PC running slower than it used to?
2. Do you use the Internet?
3. Do you get assaulted by annoying pop-up ads?

Delete Spyware From Registry:
Active running processes like the >antivirus with several values, the Office shortcuts bar, Messenger and startup programs set values in these registry keys. Erase any traces of the previous uninstalled or deleted programs. Secure delete sensitive information. Clean junk files and activity traces. Scan identify and correct registry malfunctions. Manage programs that start at boot. A free trial adware remover that will remove unwanted toolbars and delete spyware. It will find and kill spyware before the spyware tries to start up. It will fight it in the roots and remove the registry entries associated with it.

New Google Earth to see World


Google is unleashing a new version of Google Earth, version 5.2. It’s the biggest update since Earth 5.0 added the oceans and Mars in February of 2009–and while it’s not that big, it’s got one major cool new feature and one modest-but-useful one. Google gave me a sneak peek of the new version last week.

The major cool new feature is aimed at folks who like to go adventuring and take a GPS navigation handheld along. If you tote a GPS unit such as the ones from Garmin and Magellan to track a hike, bike ride, sailing trip, or any other excursion, you can shift the data to Google Earth once you’re home. In the past, doing so engaged creating thousands of points of geographic information, but the new version of the software can create simpler plots of where you were at any given point in time. And it lets you view this data as birds-eye animations that track where you went, recreated with Earth’s wealth of geographic photography and 3D imagery. You can also share the reconstructions with other Google Earth users or publish them using the embeddable version of Earth.

For now, the feature only works with data captured by standalone GPS units supported by Google Earth–it’s compatible with hundreds of models–but the idea of it tying into Google smartphone apps like Latitude and the mobile version of Google Earth itself is intriguing.

You can dress up your reconstructions by importing a vehicle model such as a bike or boat from Google’s 3D Warehouse, but this requires massaging a text file by hand, and therefore isn’t for Google Earth newbies. It would be neat if a future version of Earth made it a point-and-click process.

Trend Micro launches Antivirus for Virtual Desktops


Antivirus vendor Trend Micro Monday announced the first virtualization-aware endpoint security software, Trend Micro OfficeScan 10.5.

The software, designed to work in either a Citrix XenDesktop or VMware View Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environment, as well as on physical desktops, senses when it's running in a virtualized environment, then adjusts how and when it runs scans and updates, to avoid overloading the server's CPU, storage or networking operations.

Trend Micro expects to release the application by the end of next month.

Other new features include the ability to manage up to 20,000 physical and virtual desktop endpoints from a single OfficeScan console, full compatibility with Windows 7-- including Windows 7 Action Center (the operating system's one-stop shop for security information and system maintenance) as well as better role-based administration for delegating administration, as well as Active Directory synchronization.