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Antivirus indecision 2010

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13 members have voted

  1. 1. which would you choose?

    • Bit defender
      1
    • norton 360 version3
      0
    • mcafee
      0
    • kapersky
      4
    • f-secure
      0
    • trend micro
      1
    • nod32
      6
    • panda
      1


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kk i have been googling this on and off for a few weeks out of boredom.

 

 

over all bit defender is looking like the way to go. but i want some opinions from smart guys/gals on occ.

 

 

thank you for reading and voting

Edited by personancog

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I voted Panda, but don't use any on the list.

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:withstupid:

 

I think AVG is the best. It's free, it has a low footprint, what else can you ask for?

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kk i have been googling this on and off for a few weeks out of boredom.

 

 

over all bit defender is looking like the way to go. but i want some opinions from smart guys/gals on occ.

 

 

thank you for reading and voting

i'm voting for the one that can find and eradicate mexican swine flu mucho pronto...!! B:)

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panda may be decent, but is a serious resource hog.

 

used it for a brief time and highly disliked it...

 

uninstalled it and installed avg free, which is excellent... and free.

 

if you use smart internet sense, there should be no need for anything more than windows defender (the vista anti-spyware) and avg free.

Edited by Maj0r Gamer

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if you use smart internet sense, there should be no need for anything more than windows defender (the vista anti-spyware) and avg free.

:withstupid:

I used to use AVG and it was fine for the time being. The only thing I did not like was the auto update (but I think you can turn that off, not to sure) then i switched over to avast and that was fine too.

Now, i hardly ever use any anti virus programs other than what windows provides. I don't browse the internet to much other than trusted sites (hardware review sites), youtube, forums.

 

Common sense is a good anti-* :)

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