Ok, so I am in a dilemma of choosing either one of the three:
Using a notebook. Mainly used for web browser games (non Facebooks games), daily email interaction, blogging and online bankings.
Definitely going for the Internet Security. By the way, I am talking about the paid versions, not the trial ones.
I have been using ESET for the past few years now and it has served me well. Easy to use and feature friendly. My only setback now is that it's no longer part of the top 10 AVs. Just uninstalled the SS6 and actually liking it.
Downloaded Kaspersky yesterday and I find it very bothersome with the features. Although, it's tied with Bitdefender as the No. 1 AV. But I never liked Kaspersky for some reason I don't know what.
Bitdefender..... It's a No. 1 too and have never used it before. Need insights.
What AV are you using and how do you find it working for you?
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