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I have an iMac (27 inch) computer that has been giving me

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I have an iMac (27 inch) computer that has been giving me problems with super-slow internet as well as Excel and other programs for a long time. I've tried various antivirus programs to no avail (MacaFee, clamX, etc.) Help help, I'm about to throw my computer in the trash and start over. All antvirus programs I've used go thru their run and say "Your Mac is safe" but no performance improvement.
I know it's not my internet connection since other computers in the same room work fine.
I'm at wits end.
When I installed MacaFee it took hours to run thru everything and found more than 100 viruses and trojans. but it still doesn't run fast.My Phone:(###) ###-####Serial number of computer: W804219LGXU
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Jason Jones replied 9 months ago.


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