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firebirdb

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which is the best truly free "Anti-Virus" download

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tullie

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In my opinion Avast followed by AVG

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johnnyrocker

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avg?

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onthelimit1

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MSE

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mgmcc

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I'd suggest it depends on what you want to run it in.

For a low powered computer such as a Netbook, I'd suggest Avira AntiVir; for a powerful Windows 7 PC, there is Microsoft Security Essentials. Otherwise, there are Avast and AVG, of which I prefer Avast, although it can cause a mediocre PC to slow down quite noticeably.

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rdave13

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Avast gets my vote.

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FatboySlim71

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After using Avira for a few years. I have to say that in my opinion there is no better free anti virus program. But other people will say otherwise.

Avira Free Anti Virus

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Avast

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robinofloxley

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Avira...and it's not just suitable for low end computer. Just low footprint.

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Strawballs

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MSE

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muddypaws

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If you deal with Barclays,the full Kaspersky Commercial Edition is free for 12 months. I relied on MSE for twelve months and then it let a load of nasties in a week ago which I am still trying to get rid of.

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