Scott, hello. We have several computers HP Compaq D530 S http://www.nix.ru/autocatalog/hp/hp_com ... 23800.html
I added more memory. Total got 756 MB RAM, cleaned, replaced the thermal grease, reinstalled Win XP, install Google Chrome in due to the fact that Microsoft stops supporting http://windows.microsoft.com/ru-ru/wind ... pport-help
xotel know your opinion what would be more correct to put antivirus on these computers, so as not to overload them? At my disposal is 10 Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows (workstation) http://support.kaspersky.ru/kes10wks
# requirements or http://www.avg.com/ru-ru/free-antivirus-download
2. Do you have the opportunity to publish new books in Russian?
Thank you for your work. Eugene.
I normally recommend Malwarebytes Free
for older systems since it does not run in the background, you run it only on demand. For additional background scanning on systems running XP I've found that Microsoft Security Essentials
(MSE) is the least intrusive and demanding on a system. I also install Malwarebytes Free even when using MSE. However I haven't used Kaspersky or AVG in quite a while so they have have become better since then. If you do use either of them let me know what you think.
I'm not sure what the latest translated versions are, but I'll see if I can find out from Que about any future plans. Thanks, Scott.