What is your favorite Subscription Antivirus software and why?

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  1. danatheteacher profile image63
    danatheteacherposted 8 years ago

    What is your favorite Subscription Antivirus software and why?

  2. profile image50
    tusharmuliyaposted 8 years ago

    Avira AntiVir
    because it gives totally protectio to our pc.

  3. couponalbum profile image59
    couponalbumposted 8 years ago

    Norton Internet Security, as it offers best PC protection. Norton has recently come out with their new 2011 software programs, and they are too good!

  4. Conor Kindel profile image64
    Conor Kindelposted 8 years ago

    Your question referes to "subscription" so you may want answers limited to paid-for software but I now use Microsoft Security Essentials on my PC's and laptop and never had a problem. And it is free.

  5. Invisiblestats profile image62
    Invisiblestatsposted 8 years ago

    Norton has always been the best for me..we have four laptops and a pc in our house and its has been great never had any problems..little expensive tho as had to buy it twice as it only covers three devices.

  6. sid_candid profile image60
    sid_candidposted 8 years ago

    Norton is the best in my opinion as it provides complete security.

  7. profile image33
    nbbatt.composted 8 years ago

    Hi nice question,in my opinion Kaspersky antivirus is the best one because it provides the security and gives 6 months warranty.But i have another opinion that any antivirus is the best one because every software provides some security according to it's capacity.So the user must select the better antivrus software based on his interest and according to the his\her usage to the computer.

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    jhonasposted 8 years ago

    Norton is the best and great software. It provides strong protection to our computer. It catches the whole tupe of virus, spyware and malware.

    http://www.bestantivirusreviewed.com/do … ivirus.php

  9. charlemont profile image77
    charlemontposted 7 years ago

    With the purchase of a netbook I decided to install Ashampoo anti-malware on it. Partially for testing purposes (I'll publish a review hub of it soon), partially because the netbook is mainly for email and surfing, so it doesn't need a top-notch security suite. So far ashampoo is unobtrusive and low on system resources, which as you might know are limited on netbooks.


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