There's little out there that can cause a rage seizure like a malware infection. Yet as annoying and dangerous to your privacy as they are, malware infections can be removed from your computer. We've written up a FAQ to help guide you to safety, and in the How To video above, we'll show you some concrete steps first for making sure that you actually have been infected, and then for how to eradicate the infection.
If you rely solely on your Android's touch screen for navigation, you're missing out. Instead, try using Android's built-in keyboard shortcuts for faster maneuvering.
Not all Android phones have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but if yours does, check out some of these essential shortcuts in our latest How To video.
For those of you who want to fully control your Android smartphone with your keyboard, refer to the list of shortcuts below.
Shortcuts for opening Android appsSearch-B: Open Web browserSearch-C: Open contactsSearch-E: Open e-mailSearch-G: Open GmailSearch-P: Open musicSearch-S: Open text messagingSearch-Y: Open YouTube
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