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Windows Anti-Virus software needed - or keep what I have?

Discussion in 'Software' started by logan'srun, 9 Jun 2010.

  1. MikeTech

    MikeTech Banned

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  2. vince450

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    I've just started using Avira AntiVir Personal. Seems good and "lite" so far.
     
  3. Booga

    Booga Cuppa tea anyone?

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    Ditto, switched from MSE as it had slightly better detection and false positive results. Also has gaming mode.

    MikeTech that is a link back to this thread. :confused:
     
  4. benjjamin

    benjjamin needs MORE POWER!

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    I used to have AVG for a few years but iv got avast at the moment and iv had no problems with either of them.
     
  5. fcj

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    Comodo Internet Security is the best comes with a sandbox feature
     
  6. fcj

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    sorry for double post

    the firewall that comes with it is good nothing can pass through it without your permission
     
  7. RichCreedy

    RichCreedy Hey What Who

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    and some people were moaning at vista/win 7 uac
     
  8. Booga

    Booga Cuppa tea anyone?

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    Yep and that is why I got rid in the end. It gave you an overwhelming sense of security but by God was it naggy. Installing programs could be a right pain in the :eeek: sometimes.
     

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