virus attack first let me exlain- i do not have direct, at home internet access. i have an old dell-pc, windows premium home vista, which is fine for my limited needs. i go to the library, which gives me an hour a day, and i can save to usb. then i got a proscan plt7100g, pl-bt-8gb-k. the library has wi-fi. PROSCAN BLUETOOTH 3.0 INTERNET TABLET, WITH CASE & KEYBOARD, ANDROID 4.4 KIT KAT, 1.0 GHZ ROCKCHIP 3026 DUAL CORE, NAND FLASH 8 GB UPGRADES TO 32, 512 MB DOR3, 7" CAPACITIVE TOUCH SCREEN, 802.11 B/G/N WI-FI, 3D G SENSOR, 3.5MM HEADPHONE JACK, MICRO USB 2.0 PORT i also got a 32GB memory card for it. between the 2 they took up most of my spending money, i need free apps as much as i can. generally i use my library time to email, facebook, ebay, etc. i bring home files and download to the pc. i know how to do this with a usb adequately, but now i am using my android. i would also like to get some abandon-ware games. is this best on usb, or can i use my android? i guess this requires zip-files, this would be new to me. i had more tech knowledgeable people put apps in, speed-reading and so on. are there any apps to make the proscan run faster, more conventiently? i am so used to my home computer i still have to struggle with the other. the other day i was surfing, suddenly i got a virus alert pop up. this was the first time and i got confused. the pop-up said to click on this security app. i almost did, then wondered if the ad itself was a scam. i started to install it, it took me to my gmail account and wanted my paypal password. the ad said it was from something like, "all-in-one", and it said it was free. i shut off my tablet, figured i would deal with it later. today i went to the library, i cannot log on to the net with it anymore. the apps i already have on it work, the files are ok, but now i am in the catch-22 of not being able to go on the net, to get the app that would allow me to get on the net and get an app to remove the problem. if i have to re-boot the whole thing, i guess it will be ok, but is there any way to avoid it? if i do, what sort of security apps do i want on it to make sure it will never happen again? can you recommend a good app a newbie needs for his first year using it? also, it is still under warranty. if i send it back, and explain what the problem is, will i get a free-tune/up-grade? or will i spend $30, to have them send it back saying there is nothing wrong with it? thanks to everyone who gives me advice on any of the problems and how-toos mentioned.