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bridge+

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Any advice in this area such as to best to buy; I would very grateful ! Thank you, Colin

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sharpamat

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Have a look in the helproom where the same question ( posted by someone else )is running just now. Myself I use the paid version of AVG which I have so far never had a problem with

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bridge+

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Thank you very much Sharpamat; I have moved to the help room !

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jamieamunra

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ESTE NOD32

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D@ve

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I've always had very good experiences with Kaspersky so I use that.

If you do a Google search then you'll find plenty of official reviews online to read. I generally find these preferable to personal recommendations (where most people have only tried their own product or a few others at most).

Also, it is recommended to go for an Internet Security Suite rather than just an anti-virus as it will include other important parts such as a firewall.

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malchn

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When you search on Google,you will see a lot of antivirus.But if you have a good computer configuration,I would recommend you to choose Norton.It's really powerful. http://www.antivirusprice.co.uk/

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