I have heard this mentioned before. Part of the issue here is that some virii [?] target Windows & look for a folder as such, some target the registry [and you CANNOT alter that], others target specific programs such as Internet Explorer - located at C:Programs\Internet Explorer. Changing the name of the Winows folder will help, but not in every case. Personally, I prefer the logic of a good antivirus package that is up to date and sensible actions whilst on the Internet [don't open dodgy sites, dont open dodgy emails, etc].
Thought the recommendation from the Trojan scanner people was to install to whichever drive, but to a folder caller Windoues, for example. The 'logic' goes that., if attacked, there is no obvious file called Windows to target & the nasty bug goes away to sulk?
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