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Posted by: Akshay_M
« on: 02. October 2019., 18:54:48 »

Honestly I wouldn’t recommend that you pay for any antivirus. The antivirus that Microsoft provides (Windows defender on Windows 8 and above) works very well.

It’s definitions are updated regularly and has a full array of features including full and directory scanning.

The best part is that it’s free with your Windows license.

Posted by: alisonberlin
« on: 30. September 2019., 08:43:45 »

I have used AVG the free version for years without any problems.

These are the tenures which you can't define with the problem easily
Posted by: manchesterpc
« on: 24. July 2018., 15:01:00 »

I have used AVG the free version for years without any problems.
Posted by: krishna88
« on: 13. November 2017., 10:10:16 »


Thanks for your answer @kubik67 and i agree with your point also @jheysen. I will go for Kaspersky then.

Posted by: jheysen
« on: 10. November 2017., 22:02:14 »

@krishna, if you feel it works for you, you can renew your subscription then. Kaspersky has the best detection ratio
Posted by: kubik67
« on: 10. November 2017., 20:18:11 »

1. Kaspersky Internet Security
2. Norton Internet Security.
3. Bitdefender Total Security
Posted by: krishna88
« on: 10. November 2017., 13:32:02 »

Hi to all,

I have been using kaspersky internet security in my PC since 1 year, my subscription has been completed recently, the performance of this antivirus is overall ok for me apart from some problems.

I am confused should i go for any other one this time or stick with the same one to upgrade.

Need your opinion.


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