Delete vs. Move To Chest
I use Avast Antivirus. When I do a full scan, I'm asked whether to 'delete' an invader or 'move to chest'.
The 'move to chest' is the recommended action. Why is that? I would think DELETE would be the way to go. Could someone explain to me why 'move to chest' seems to be the better way to go?
Also, should I delete what's in the 'CHEST' at one point? Or do I just leave it in there forever?
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