How to Use Task Manager

Get to know Task Manager, you don’t know it yet but it’s your friend. 

There you are, happily zipping across the internet doing research or just playing.  Suddenly a pop-up jumps to the middle of the screen warning you that your PC is so severely infected that you might not make it through the day.  But for only $29.99, if you click this button, you’ll be saved.  Life will be good again and peace will come to the world.

 Choose Yes, choose No, or just “X” out of the window.  What should you do?

 Handle it like the professionals do.  Call in your enforcer, Task Manager!

 Two ways:  Press Ctrl-Alt-Delete, or Right-Click on your taskbar at the bottom of the screen.  We want Task Manager.

 When you’re in Task Manager, choose the Application tab and whatever internet stuff you see in there, highlight it and choose to End Task.

You don’t want to interact at all with the boxes that pops up.  That X in the corner may actually be a complete and total acceptance of the pop-ups terms and conditions and now you no longer own that nice new Tesla in the driveway… and besides, your PC is now infected.  Same thing with ‘no’ (yep, it says ‘no’ but no guarantee it means no) and did you really read the question it was asking?  Sometimes the question is backwards like “Since your PC is so tragically infected and our product is so great we can take care of it for you, or you can suffer the agony of your diseased machine, you wouldn’t want that now would you?”

Task Manager gives you a way to kill the pop-up without interacting with it.

Crisis averted, the world is safe, continue on with whatever it was you were doing.  Of course it’s also a good idea to double-check that your antivirus is up to date.  We always recommend a paid version of antivirus, our favorite is Eset’s NOD32.  It rocks.

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