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Anti Virus


ponytail

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At present I am using Bullguard anti virus and it is almost time to renew it.But I was wondering whether or not to try something else my son has Kaspersky has anyone any ideas about what I could try.

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buteman

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I have Avast on one computer and Eset on the other, and Eset just comes out on top as it will block spam e-mails.

If you bank with Barclays Kapersky is still free from them as far as I know.

If you are thinking of paying any of those top 2 are very good.

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Secret-Squirrel

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Ponytail, an AV comparison/testing website is always a good place to start. AV-TEST is a well-respected place to see how various products performed in real-world testing. Choose the latest report for your version of Windows.

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onthelimit1

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Bin using free Microsoft Security Essentials ever since it came out and have never had a virus (touching wood!).

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buteman

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Try this ,I am not sure if it still works but I got my 6 months trial from it and 1 for my Grandaughter.

http://www.eset.co.uk/Sales/ComputerShopper

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KRONOS the First

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I'm with onthelimit1 on this one. Plus it is free.

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buteman

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Titanium Anti-virus free for 1 year.

http://www.trendmicro.eu/brother/EN/GBP/

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buteman

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Should have added it does not ask you for credit card details.I suppose that was just for the internet security suite.

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