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Avira is hands-down one of the best antivirus software solutions available – even the free version is far better than many paid solutions. In my personal experience, I have seen a large amount of users with considerable system performance issues caused by viruses and malware that their antivirus software has been unable to detect. They have experienced a drastic improvement in performance as soon as they upgraded to the free version of Avira. The great customer value of Avira is due to the fact that it offers excellent protection while being lightweight: the effect on system resources is minimal. Avira’s Real-Time Protection is proactive, has a nearly instantaneous response to threats, and it can scan in the background with a relatively small impact on system performance. The free version is a must for any home user, and the Pro version offers enhanced protection during Internet browsing, online purchases and banking transactions.
AVG is another of the most popular free antivirus, definitely one of the easiest to use and has a great recognition engine virus, malware or spyware. The user interface is really simple though I personally do not think it is very attractive (I do not like the big square like Windows 8 style), but it is very intuitive and greatly facilitates the user experience.
Panda Antivirus offers great protection to Mac users, not only them but to PC users too. This is probably the only antivirus which doesn't pop up notifications every single day, it automatically updates, and removes the threat as np computer is safe from threats. It gives a strong protection from malware. The software is based on cloud computing. It works even in an off-line mode. Very useful!
Because I’m an advanced IT geek, I am not used to have an antivirus on my personal computers, but with all the phishing and crap we download these days, it’s a must. Virus are more and more sophisticated, and maybe the operation system is more secure than it used to be, you are still in danger. You don’t want your computer to be infected by a ransomware for example and lose all your data. You need to find an antivirus that fits your needs. Avira is overall a great antivirus, but nothing else than a signature scanner. There is some strange choice like why do I need to be an administrator to start a scan? Why do you have a Firewall section when you don’t have a firewall? I tested both Antivirus Pro and Internet Security Suite. You know what? The different is that the security suite comes with “PC Speed Optimization”. How does it make a “Security Suite” adding “speeds”? Really not sure. Did I say that the website is very slow? There are many different preset scans that you can run. Standard recommendation of the industry is running a full scan once a week, and a Quick scan once a day. Why? Because full scan are to resource intensive, and with the new virus signature coming every day, you may have missed the virus from the real-time, so you want at least scan the most important files every day. A quick scan on my computer took 41 seconds. Excellent. My appreciation stops here. First, I expect from a security suite to help secure my computer. The firewall is just a configuration for the Windows Firewall, so, basically, they don’t have a firewall. There is a web filtering… but not sure how good it can be since there is no firewall, basic of Security Suite. There is also a Spam filter, that scan POP 110 and IMAP 143, both not SSL. I don’t see any integration in my Outlook, so if you are using Gmail, it won’t be scanned.
Friday 20 March 2015
Avira Antivirus Pro is a better antivirus for PC product than half of the competitors in our product review. It’s just that, for Americans, it would be necessary to telephone long-distance to Europe if you had a situation that couldn’t be resolved via email. And in a market where most competitors provide online chat access to technical support, Avira does not. Finally, while quite a few of Avira’s competitors cover more than one PC with a single license, an Avira license protects just one PC.More about Avira Antivirus Pro
Wednesday 31 December 1969
AVG Anti-Virus 2015 is a solid antivirus software that improves tremendously on prior versions, especially in the area of resource usage. AVG Anti-Virus 2015 is a good option for those needing only basic antivirus software. Were it not for the nonsense surrounding their tech support, it may have scored even higher.More about AVG AntiVirus
Wednesday 20 August 2014
Panda Free Antivirus 2015 scores on par with the best commercial antivirus tools, both in our hands-on tests and independent labs tests. It's a new Editors' Choice for free antivirus. Pros: -Free. -Easy to use. -Quick install. -Excellent lab results. -Near-best score in hands-on malicious URL-blocking test and hands-on malware-blocking test. -Useful bonus features. Cons: -Mistakenly identified one PCMag utility as malware.More about Panda Antivirus
Friday 09 January 2015
AVG is a big name in AV, with its free software offering a basic level of protection. We chose to evaluate this over the paid-for software, because it’s the most popular version. Internet Security 2015 is the paid-for service, and includes additional features that could potentially improve its results, including Cloud-based file scanning, which analyses files before they're ever downloaded to your computer.More about AVG AntiVirus
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