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    Avasttttttttt!!!

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    +1 Avast - it seems to catch stuff AVG doesn't
    AVG uses way too much resources; albeit it's been a while since I have tried it, so not sure about their latest version.

    testing out MSE (Microsoft Security Essentials) now. I'll admit, it has a smaller resource footprint than Avast, but less features.

    Either way - I say best combo is Comodo Time Machine + Avast (on Win7, I can't say if TM will work on Win8 as I haven't test it) - I've ran that combo since Win7 was released and it's been rock solid. Time Machine is kick ass (I used Deep Freeze Prior to) as it can take snapshots (of disk, not just files) and restore within minutes to whatever condition you want your machine in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker888 View Post
    +1 Avast - it seems to catch stuff AVG doesn't
    AVG uses way too much resources; albeit it's been a while since I have tried it, so not sure about their latest version.

    testing out MSE (Microsoft Security Essentials) now. I'll admit, it has a smaller resource footprint than Avast, but less features.

    Either way - I say best combo is Comodo Time Machine + Avast (on Win7, I can't say if TM will work on Win8 as I haven't test it) - I've ran that combo since Win7 was released and it's been rock solid. Time Machine is kick ass (I used Deep Freeze Prior to) as it can take snapshots (of disk, not just files) and restore within minutes to whatever condition you want your machine in.
    Microsoft Security Essentials uses less system resources,free,updated,will not bother you with deleting cracks,easy interface
    truly less features but most efficient
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    Comodo Internet Security

    Is anti-virus plus firewall.

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    Malwarebytes + Bitdefender
    or change ur OS to Linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEO View Post
    friends .. please suggest me good antivirus (Freeware).
    the best free Antivirus is
    Microsoft Security Essentials. [MSE]

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    Avast works for me. Emsisoft Anti-Malware is another great free AV that I used in the past.
    Last edited by waterbase; 02-11-2014 at 06:09 AM.


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