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SpamFighter solves what a lot of people hate. No not vegetables but spam mail! Spamfighter can diagnose PC issues, making your computer go faster and prevent you from getting all that pesky jump mail that you may or may not have even signed up for yet! I spent a few minutes deciding when was the worst era of spam mail. About 10-15 years ago there were not that many "spam fighting" software solutions and the tech companies were really just starting to book. But now people are smarter, Outlook is much better and allowing its users to block emails out. I just block everything and every sender from what I don't need. Other emails that have been open for 15 years are much different, though :)
Pros : One of my favorite things about SpamFighter is that you can use it on your PC and Mac. I have a PC for my work and my mom's computer, and then I have a Mac that I use for myself, and my wife uses it for her email too.Spamfighter blocks almost each spam email and very rarely messed up by slipping in something that will annoy you. It is free, so that is always good!
Cons : What I think aggravates most people is that insert ad footer at the bottom of your emails that tells everyone you are using it. Honestly, that may not be a big deal for some, but many people have spent a long time on their email signatures, and they don't want their spam filter to make their email look "spammy" and that is kind of ironic! Some say you may not need this because what I do in my Outlook is I just block every single email that comes in that is not for work.Also, as a quick tip what I do is to make a different email for junk/advertisement/sign up things you do for companies or promotion. I also many an email that I just give for serious purposes that I know when I get an email then it is for something important!
Antivirus software in ways is almost like a bad word in the computer community because while it is necessary - nobody actually likes it. It costs money every year or so, and takes up precious system resources constantly scanning everything that passes through. Without it, though, your computer would be a train wreck in a short amount of time from essentially walking through a sewer naked, that is unless of course your computer is never on the internet and never has anything plugged into it that has been on the internet such as a thumb drive. Then you're probably ok, but that isn't too realistic.Enter Avast! Internet Security. It combines a pretty lightweight program, all things considered, that actually does a really good job at keeping your computer safe. The active scanners / shields on the system are updated constantly via Avast's cloud connection, usually receiving definition updates multiple times a day as new things are discovered. Its firewall does a fantastic job at blocking known malicious connections from ever reaching your computer by blocking them with a notification on the screen advising you of what action it took. Even emails in most typical clients are scanned beforehand for malicious attachments and quarantined immediately upon detection. You can even set it to handle SPAM email removal if your current provider's tools aren't quite up to snuff.It does, however, have a nasty habit of throwing up an advertisement for its other products every now and again even though you're in a paid version. Behavior like this is to be expected in their FREE licensed version, but is truly annoying considering you are already paying for the software. It is one thing to receive an email promotion now and again especially around renewal time, but to have physical pop-ups in the corner of the screen is not acceptable in my book.As a whole though I highly urge the product as the pop-ups aren't frequent and your system isn't bogged down to a crawl from just trying to protect itself.
Friday 30 November 2012
SPAMfighteris an excellent program for computer users who run at least one of the supported desktop email clients. Its core features are the cloud based approach to identifying new spam messages and the filtering system, especially the language filter. The program is easy to setup and use as it integrates automatically with supported email clients. Experienced computer users will find the whitelisting and blacklisting of email addresses and domains useful, inexperienced users that it works very well right of the box.More about SPAMfighter
Wednesday 31 December 1969
Avast Internet Security falls right in the middle of our rankings this year. It's a solid Internet Security suite with great extra features. All and all, Avast Internet Security 2015 is a decent antivirus and antimalware program as long as you don't need tech support.More about Avast Internet Security
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