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Free Antivirus


VallySko

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Is there any free antivirus for windows vista?

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rdave13

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Avast, Avira and AVG are commonly used and reffered to in these forums.

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VallySko

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Thanks)

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mooly

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Microsoft Security Essentials,
click here

guaranteed compatability and very effective and light on resources too.

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kristain

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You can also try for McAfee.

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tullie

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Dident know that Mcafee was free?

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mooly

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Perhaps that should be Mcafree :)

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Ex plorer

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Mcafee free AV if you bank on line with HSBC. Not the full program and you can renew at the end of each year.

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john bunyan

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I agree with rdave13. I use Avira, others prefer one of his others .Some find AVG recently clashes with some firewalls. MS Security Essentials is also favoured, althouge my local repair shop has had some difficulties with it recently. Remember you should only have one anti virus working.

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K9

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I'd recommend Comodo Internet Security suite (free)

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rdave13

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"I'd recommend Comodo Internet Security suite (free)"
Each to their own. I'd rather install N

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