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Purchasing Malwarebytes Pro - good idea or not?


Happy37
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Hello everyone - as per the question above, I am running Spybot Search & Destroy, Avast Antivirus Free and Spyware Blaster on my 2 PCs. I also use Malwarebytes Free on a weekly/fortnightly basis to scan for malware.

All has been working well, but I am thinking to go a step further and purchase the Pro version of Malwarebytes.

From reading round, I have found that it offers "real-time" protection that the free version doesn't do. Is there anything else that would persuade me to go down this route and purchase the Pro version?

Can I install the Pro version on both of my PCs?

Can I use a coupon code taken from the link below to purchase at a reduced price or not?

http://www.malware-coupon.comlink text

Grateful for any advice that you may all be able to provide.

Thanks in advance.

Regards

happy37

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ventanas

That's what I wanted to know from someone - you've confirmed it.

So, how did you install it on 3 then? - I take it that you just installed the one program on all 3 with no problems?

Please confirm.

Many thanks once again.

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Happy37

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Thanks to everyone that replied and helped with my query.

To let you all know that I have managed to successfully place an order using a discount coupon code as suggested by buteman.

I have purchased the Pro version licence.

All is now working well on both of my PCs.

Many thanks once again - much appreciated.

Regards

Happy37

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