What is the best Anti-virus that help protect PC or Laptop?

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  1. livewirez profile image74
    livewirezposted 5 years ago

    What is the best Anti-virus that help protect PC or Laptop?

  2. dailytop10 profile image92
    dailytop10posted 5 years ago

    Avira all the way. Avast is also good but I had several bad experience about it deleting system files and entirely corruption my OS. Kaspersky Internet Security is also a good option but only for computers with remarkable processing speed.

    1. livewirez profile image74
      livewirezposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I had used avira premium but the key already expired.its hard to maintain avira.

  3. Colten Garrett profile image60
    Colten Garrettposted 5 years ago

    With my alienware M18X I use Kaspersky so far it has been the best.

  4. Faceless39 profile image95
    Faceless39posted 5 years ago

    Best one I've ever had, by far, and with zero problems, has been PC Tools Spyware Doctor with Antivirus

    1. livewirez profile image74
      livewirezposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Spyware doctors with antivirus? You mean that your using 2 anti virus in your PC?

  5. pathyamadhyastha profile image59
    pathyamadhyasthaposted 5 years ago

    of course,  it is ESET NOD 32. It is fast, simple, light and protect your PC with a maximum protection. I used to install Kaspersky, Norton, Vipre, Avira, Avg, avast in my computer and I find ESET NOD 32 is better than all the antivirus that i mention earlier.

  6. profile image50
    GoodDarrellposted 5 years ago

    I recommend you try Unthreat Antivirus, it's a free antivirus that's light on the system and really easy to use. I've had it for a while and I like that it doesn't slow down my computer while scanning it so I can do other stuff while it's working. I totally recommend it!

  7. NotPC profile image57
    NotPCposted 5 years ago

    I personally use the free edition of AVG anti-virus as well as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. AVG does a very good job of keeping the computer free of viruses. In the unlikely event that something nasty does get onto your computer, all you have to do is run Malwarebytes and your computer is as good as new. The best part is this set up is completely free. I have found the software that requires purchase to do the exact same job. The downside to pay-to-use software is that it usually only comes with a one year subscription and if you don't re-purchase after the year, the virus protection software actually becomes just as annoying as any virus!

    1. NotPC profile image57
      NotPCposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Wow! Thanks a bunch for voting this as the best answer! It feels pretty cool lol. Accept my twitter request so I can talk to you!

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