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saptarang says
wickedpixel said
Since microsoft released Microsoft Security Essentials… there in no point using other thing. Free and made by Them. What more you need? I had no problem with it.. And i’m using from the day it was released.

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cooledition says

This is my 4th year with Avast Antivirus and i love it, im using the free version :)

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digitalimpact says

Been using ESET for over 4 years; absolutely no problems in performance (various machines) – I’m surprised you’re saying it kills yours… I simply love this software :)

I’ve also been with Kaspersky (was unable to detect viruses/malware several times and I got infected), Norton (that’s a real memory killer – I don’t recommend it) and McAfee (slower than ESET , but does the job).

Now I use McAfee on my work laptop (company provided) and ESET at home. Seems AVG is quite popular…

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simaudio says

I use Norton now, i find it good and it only slows when it decides to run a live update usually when i’m right in the middle of doing something. I have used AVG and Kaspersky, it’s funny though when i changed from AVG free to Kaspersky, Kaspersky picked up a load of stuff that AVG didn’t. I know lots of people that use AVG and never had any problems.

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flashedge says

Everything but Nortons. Pick up Avast or Avira, both are excellent.

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cooledition says
flashedge said
Everything but Nortons. Pick up Avast or Avira, both are excellent.

Yeah, Norton is the worst antivirus i ever had.

It is like “hey your pc have a virus, im sorry for you”

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meks says

I use Avira with Comodo Firewall and so far so good. Zero viruses and threats :D

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sekler says

Anti-viruses are for rookies. That’s my opinion.

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CreaFx says

I use AVG .

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steve314 says

Microsoft Security Essentials. One year of use, not a single virus so far…

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