I couldn’t put off getting used to Android style devices any longer – so I got this to try out.
As I do with all my devices, I started by trying to install my McAfee on this tablet, to no avail along with a few other apps I normally use.
I understand Amazon’s need to provide their own app store but really guys, you need to have a word with the major software manufacturers to add to your app store.
I solved this particular problem by installing another Anti-Virus which is in the Amazon app store.
The good news is that I was able to connect with my Microsoft OneDrive and OneNote.
Of course anything Amazon is well covered along with integration to my Google account.
Excellent battery life, good HD screen and easy setup.
Liking it more every day for entertainment.
Once again, the country has been attacked by cyber criminals.
This type of attack is known as ransom-ware, which encrypts the files on your device and charges a ransom to obtain a key to unlock the files.
Do you need to pay?
No, if your files are not particularly important to you (documents, apps, photos, etc.), you can in most cases re-install your system software to the state it was initially supplied to you.
If this is not viable and you have backups of your files, then you need to identify your last ransom-ware free set and do a full restore of all files and programs (possibly after reformatting your system).
Once you have your data back again, be sure to get all the latest updates for your system software and install a good anti-virus software.
I personally use McAfee, for all my devices but have also used Norton in the past.