What is the best antivirus for you?

@insulin (2483)
Philippines
August 4, 2008 2:52pm CST
I was just wondering if what is the best antivirus.I'm using Nod32 and I don't know if it is the best one..I used kasperksy too but it makes my pc slow and it's not helping me...For you,What is the best antivi? THanks...HAve fun....:-0
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10 responses
• United States
4 Aug 08
I use norton. I just like the interface and automatic updates. I don't care if I have to pay a yearly fee. It just helps give me peace of mind (lol)
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• Croatia (Hrvatska)
4 Aug 08
atleast you know that your protections is payed so no bigger problems for you, does
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@nokia6233 (937)
• India
6 Aug 08
i have been using nod32 for the past few years and have not encountered any single virus in my system.... its been doing great for me...
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@neothegod (208)
• India
5 Aug 08
nod32 doesn't give false alarm trust me...nod32 is the worst enemy of trojans, its virus database is very logical and intelligent...
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@neothegod (208)
• India
5 Aug 08
i think nod32 is reliable, takes less memory and processor usage, runs faster and doesn't slow down ur computer.i will rate node 32: 9/10.
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@NrgDfenZ (1810)
• Belgium
4 Aug 08
I use AVG8.0 Free edition, combined with the free bitdefender 10 Not really much virusses get through that.. And when I am not sure about some sites I turn on the windows firewall, so then I have 3 apps running, not much Speed loss, almost nothing,dpn't even notice it when I surf, chat, etc. :) Have a good day
@jossml (464)
• Puerto Rico
4 Aug 08
I have been using AVG for a long time, and for me is the best choice. I never pay for any antivirus of firewall software, they are free. The combination of Zonealarm firewall and AVG antivirus makes a great team, never had a problem.
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@movicont (495)
• United States
4 Aug 08
If you're looking for free ones, I'd recommend either Avast or AVG. I've been told multiple times and have experienced that Norton isn't that great--it slows your computer down a lot. Personally though, if you're not downloading anything substantial (i.e., torrents), then you shouldn't worry about anti-virus. If you get Firefox with Adblock and Noscript, all of your security worries will be taken care of. There's no chance of anyone taking advantages of vulnerabilities in your browser if you don't let them use Javascript, Flash or Java. If you do download heavily from torrent sites, then Avast or AVG is the way to go.
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4 Aug 08
AVG is the best, it is free and very very ggod. Doesnt even slow your pc.
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@nahidbd (731)
• Bangladesh
4 Aug 08
Kaspersky is the best. Though it slows down the PC a great amount but it protects the PC many larger amount than slowing down.I have tried with other antivirsues like symantec, mcafee, avg and finally got it the best.
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@fwidman (11517)
• United States
4 Aug 08
I use a product from TrendMicro, and I also go every week or so to their website here http://housecall.trendmicro.com/ and run their free virus/spyware/adware scan. It takes a while to scan a large hardrive but it can be worth it when they find something Whatever product you use, you should get frequent updates from the company as those who wish to invade the computer are always finding something new to do it with.