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Antivirus Software advice?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by hodge like, Mar 3, 2016.

  1. hodge like

    hodge like

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    Hi all,

    My system supplied by PC Specialist is coming up to 12 months old. With the package, it had 12 months Bull Guard Antivirus, to which will end in 2 weeks. Can you guys recommend what to use next. Do I pay £50 for Bull Guard or is there a suitable free package.

    Cheers.
     
  2. Andy Jackson

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  3. hodge like

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    Nice 1, thank you
     
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  4. Andy Jackson

    Andy Jackson

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    You are welcome.:)
     
  5. hodge like

    hodge like

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    Thanks again for the link, just did the download as only 2 days remaining on the Bull Guard. Do I have to re-download Panda on a monthly basis & if so, does it give a notification of close to expirer date.
     
  6. ouvert

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    nod32 .. light, secure ..
     
  7. hodge like

    hodge like

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    What does nod 32 mean?
     
  8. ouvert

    ouvert

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    Eset Nod32 Antivirus .. one of best and most known out there ? :)
     
  9. Insert Coin

    Insert Coin

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    I can recommend Avira. See comparison chart here.
     
  10. Matheus Machado

    Matheus Machado
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    I use Kaspersky, never gave me any issues and is very friendly with my games. Doesn't minimize to desktop and stops everything that drains internet and CPU once there is an application in full screen.

    It is just a little bit hard to configure, but it is worth it IMO.
     
  11. Omer Said

    Omer Said
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    I have been running with Windows 10's default defender and had no issues so far. I also run scans weekly with MalwareBytes. I also advise Adblock as it blocks many adware. Mostly, it is up to how you use the internet.