A clean and tidy operating system is the most important prerequisite for avoiding potential issues with Orbitum. This simply means running a full scan on your computer with 1cleanmgr, cleaning up your hard drive using 2s FC /scannow and removing all Autostart applications (by using 4msconfig). Always remember to run periodic backups, or else to create restore points in case things go wrong. This will help you avoid any possible data loss.
It is recommended that you scan for potential unwanted programs and malware removal with an online tool such as MalwareBytes. If you are unsure whether your computer has been infected with any viruses or malware, follow the on screen instructions of this tool and it will safely remove any suspected spyware, adware or malware from your computer automatically. Another way of protecting your PC against malware is to install an anti-virus software and a firewall in order to block malicious websites. You can also use your trusty web browser to browse the internet, but make sure that your browser is updated with the latest security patches and that it is up to date with the most recent malware definitions.
One other method that you can utilize in order to safely remove any potentially unwanted components from your computer is by using the Microsoft Edge menu select feature in Microsoft Windows 10. To access the Edge menu select tool in the start menu or run menu. From there, you can search for programs that may be blocking your computer's access to the internet. You can either click delete or clear the programs and the options associated with them. By performing a scan with Microsoft's built in safari you will effectively render any potentially unwanted software and program from your computer.