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Guide to the Exe File

windows logoAn exe file, or an executable file, is a program that can be run by Windows. Exe files can be run directly by opening them through a tool like Windows Explorer, or indirectly via a shortcut like those that sit in the start menu or on the desktop. Exe files can also be downloaded from the internet, however there are some security considerations that need to be taken into account when downloading exe files because they can contain virus and malware. This guide will show you some of the antivirus products available to help protect you from virus that might be hidden in an exe file.

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