What is the best Anti-virus program software for windows?
For daily net usage of four to five hours what is the best anti-virus software we can use to keep our notebooks at minimum risk.
I use AVG internet security always and never found any problem ..Also Avira works cool too
An IMAC computer is the best virus protection, period end of story!
Owned my MAC for 4 years never had a virus!
I would recommend using Avast Internet Security or just Avast. I have it installed on 4 of my PC/laptops and never had a problem with it! It works just fine. Works silently in the background and never slowed down my PC.
by smurfz 6 years ago
What is the best anti-virus software?
by sasta10 6 years ago
Hi, I am thinking of buying a Anti-virus software as I am fed up of free software that doesn't fully protect my PC. Can any one tell me which is the best one to Buy. Thanks.
by Romel Tarroza 5 years ago
What is the best Anti-virus that help protect PC or Laptop?
by cashmere 8 years ago
I have used Kaspersky last year, norton the year before that and am now using avast, but I'd like to know what the best Anti Virus software is for 2010.
by Les Trois Chenes 6 years ago
What is the best anti-spyware program?As my anti-virus program doesn't stop spyware, what is the best program to add to protect against this problem, and can I add it myself (I know nothing!)?
by nikmaya62 8 years ago
I think many hubbers have experienced the problem about virus or spyware infection. Based on your experience, what is the best anti spyware do you think?
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