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[2011] Best antivirus software

Discussion in 'Bing' started by adomcruze, May 28, 2011.

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    Hi.
    I am looking For best antivirus software which can protract my pc from virus, spyware, worm ware and all hacking related issue.
     
    adomcruze, May 28, 2011 IP
  2. kittyluver

    kittyluver Well-Known Member

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    The best is Microsoft security essentials. It will take care all the stuff and get updated daily to get rid off any virus. More over, it is FREE...
     
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    I use ESET Smart Security 4, the best imo.
     
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    Microsoft security essentials is good, but if your willing to pay some $$ then go for Kaspersky Internet security.
     
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    I use ESET NOD32 ......and trust me it is the best av i have ever seen
    i have used every av but got satisfied with NOD32
     
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    MS Essential is a great anti virus except it consumes a batch of “memory usage”. Avast Is an immense anti virus though.
     
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    If your not sure on what to pick better read some reviews to get the most out of your anti virus program.
     
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    I've used Avast! over three years now and never had a virus.
     
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    Likewise... Its easy to update... And I also like the voice :)
     
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    i use bitdefender
     
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    I am using Avast!. It comes with free 1-year license. :)
     
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    I use Kaspersky
     
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    Im using kaspersky and I can say that it really do its job by protecting my system.
     
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    Ving Peon

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    I use AVG. The personal version is free and works quite well for me personally.
     
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    Microsoft Security Essentials missed a Trojan on a relative's box a couple weeks ago. Since then, Consumer Reports has downgraded it, too. So all the Windows boxes have been switched back to the highly rated AVG.

    Btw, you need this since you obviously don't know how to use search so your computer literacy is very low.
     
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    I use BitDefender internet security It is nice
     
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    I must be the only one here who uses Norton. It's a memory hog, but it does everything itself. I never have to update it, set it to scan, etc. Comes with firewall, antispyware, email scanner, etc. It's alright. I loved AVG back in the day, however.
     
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    Kaspersky, no doubt with that. It's been getting the best results in all tests for some long years now.
     
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    May I suggest you give a Linux based OS a try; something like Ubuntu? It's free and by definition resistant to all know Windows viruses.

    Seriously, I've stopped using AV software on my Windows boxes like years ago. All that AV programs do is take up system resources. Be smart with what you download and which pages you visit and that's it. If you ever get infected, reinstalling Windows is like 45mins.
     
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