moderated Re: Spyware
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Not sure about costs to call Microsoft , as I’ve never called them before. But another thing you might want to try even if the message isn’t there afterwards is install malware bytes, I use a pretty good anti-virus but malare bytes picks up stuff that antivirus won’t find. There’s a free and premium version, I use the free one and that works fine for me. hope you get it all sorted.
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Richard, Jessica, and Paul:
Thank you all for the advice. If it comes up again, I will definitely call Microsoft accessibility. Is there any charge for calling them?
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If you know the 800 number, you could Google it from your work computer to find out if it is for real, which I highly doubt.
But, I'd call Microsoft accessibility: 800-936-5900 from before turning on the computer. Ideally, from a speaker phone so when you turn it on, if the pop-up comes up they can hear it.
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