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Internet security


BurghBhoy

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Nice simple question....What's the best value Internet security on the market? I've had kaspersky, AVG and McAfee and I still can't work it out?!?

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chub_tor

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This is the only one I use and it is free - can't beat that for value Microsoft Security Essentials

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Nontek

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I agree with chub_tor .....

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buteman

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Emisoft Anti Malware and AVG for £21 you can't beat that.

Press buy. http://store.v3.co.uk/?act=search&brand=289

My opinion of MSE is not very good.

Add the free version of Malwarebytes to the two I have already suggested and you can't go far wrong.

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kdt

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had mcafee with my new 64 bit w7 professional. now using mse. no complaints so far

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sheraz.civnom

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Microsoft Security Essentials is the best software if you have low power computer and still want to get full protection without paying any thing. You can also try Symantec Endpoint Protection as it uses less system resources while providing good security.

Sheraz.civnom www.civnomtechnologies.com

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buteman

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You could try the New version of AVG free trial.

http://www.avg.com/gb-en/homepage

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