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AVG for my old pc


Liza

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I used AVG before when it was free. I want to now use it getting it online. Do you think it is safe to get it online. Please advise, thanks liza

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northumbria61

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I have had AVG for several years now and now using Full Internet Security Suite 2012. The majority of software is now downloadable and safe.

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northumbria61

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Miké

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There is still a free Version Free AVG This link downloads the installer program which then downloads drectly from AVG, should be safe to use!

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Nontek

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Mike

You don't appear to have looked at Northumbria61's link re Duplicate Post!

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Liza

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Many thanks all. I will download and buy if necessary. Liza

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onthelimit1

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Why buy? I'd stick to Avast or MSE.

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Liza

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Thanks onthelimit1 for suggesting Avast. I visited their website and after a few setbacks I managed to get in. They have taken me on and so have a year's free licence. Liza

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onthelimit1

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Liza - it will still be free after a year - you just have to re-register.

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