Microsoft excel converter for mac. I just need to know if I need a file converter and if so is there a free html or pdf one out there????
Best Answer: I, personally, use Avast Anti-Virus and I love it. It has never let me down and has always done great. I also have it installed on my Windows PC and it is great on there too.
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Excel 2011 Software Installation What you get with the Office 2011 Home and Business Edition: • Word 2011 • PowerPoint 2011 • Excel 2011 • Outlook 2011 • Microsoft Office Web App support • Messenger for Mac 8 • Remote Desktop for Mac 2 (drive your Windows-based PC from your Mac) • Technical support 1 year The installation took about 15 minutes. Office 2011 for mac and csv mac.
The virus's I've had on Windows, it removed them instantly. I've never had any virus's on Mac so can't give my perspective on the virus removal on Mac.
It never slows down either computer. If you want a great anti-virus I recommend Avast Anti-Virus. • Answered by Preston H from Turbotville • Jan 31, 2015 •. This is a tricky question.
How are you define what is the 'best' is?:) For some people 'best' means 'quick', for some 'not hungry for resources', for the others 'look good – feel safe'. The only adequate answer will be a competition. Here is what i found: According the Tom's guide best overall antivirus is Avira, it is free and scored 9/10 BitDefender 7/10 (best paid antivirus) Avast 7/10 Kaspersky 6/10 Sophia 4/10 Webfoot 3/10 (google it, can't post direct link) All personal experience is subjective and simply a trust_to_a_brand preferences. Hope this helps. • Answered by Andrej O • Nov 20, 2015 •.
What is best is relative. That depends on you. Do you want to pay for the solution or not?
Sophos (free) has worked well for me but so has Kaspersky. I have never had an actual virus on my Macbook Pro however, I have had to eliminate malware. Malwarebytes has done the job for me and it was free.
Remember if you don't have the correct virus definitions in your antivirus program you won't eliminate the virus. It isn't just the antivirus program that does the job, it depends on whether the program has the right tools for the job. • Answered by Dean M from Falmouth • Oct 29, 2015 •. The 'best' is relative to what situation you place yourself and your Mac in. Point being you must protect yourself and use your head by not downloading Adware, Malware etc. Think abut what you're doing prior to doing it.
Now, with that being said there are two world renowned, well respected sites which you can find answers to your many Anti-Virus, Adware, Anti-Malware questions. These are AV-Test.Org as well as AV-Comparatives.Org. These compare both free as well as paid services and are updated regularly. When it comes to the OS X environment there are bugs that will infect your machine. It is not impossible to infiltrate a Mac.
One of the largest threats is passing a Windows based malware from your Mac to a friend or family member who use Windows. Without going off on a long winded tangent, visit these sites and find a product which will fit your needs. There are free products which test higher than some paid engines and some products which are completely useless. However, do yourself a favor and look into these. This combined with using your head will provide a long and happy life for your Mac. • Answered by Brent R from Florissant • Mar 7, 2016 •.
Well, I have believed the legendary story that Mac does not need anti-virus software. I saw this on web and also was told by Apple Genius.
I also was told by Apple Genius that if I do need anti-virus software, go to download 'Malwarebytes', which would work just fine. I downloaded and tried, it did get rid of some ads malware from Mac. But yesterday, I got a pop-up windows from Safari asking me some kine of 'certificate', Malwarebytes did not work. So I had to restart safari. Today I did not see that pop-up windows. Due to this, I recalled I used to have a ClamXav (free).
I tried it but now it looks it does not offer for free and you have to pay after 30 day trial. So I use this 30 day trial to scam my Mac. You know what, I did not realize that there were more than 10 trojan files on my computer (most emails), something like adware.osx.spigot.So what I want to say is that it simply is not true that Mac is a steel fort without virus. But still Mac is better than Windows. Even I have those things on my computer, it looks it has not bothered me too much! So my best suggest is to find a good anti-virus software based on what you can afford and whether you really want to have it. • Answered by Jinying Z from Clive • Dec 9, 2015 •.