What Anti-virus are you using for your computer?
September 18, 2010 8:18pm CST
Ever since my parents bought my laptop, I've been using a genuine soft ware of Kaspersky Anti-virus. I have been using it for two years now. On the first year, I used only the Kaspersky Anti-virus while on the second year, I bought the Kaspersky Internet Security. So far I have never encountered internal problems in my laptop as I continue using genuine Kaspersky Anti-virus. I have never brought my laptop to its service center for repair.If I am to rate Kaspersky Anti-virus, I would give 8 out 10 where 10 is the highest. How about you what are you using?
• Montreal, Quebec
19 Sep 10
Currently I am using the AVG free version of antivirus. I don't have any issues with it, even though alot of people tell me that it is not that good. I can't afford right now to have an expensive antivirus like norton or mcafee, and since I don't download anything anymore, I don't really feel like I need an expensive one anyhow. I've been using AVG for years, and just upgrade whenever a new version comes out, and I must say, I am quite pleased with it.
28 Sep 10
I've been using Avira after AVG let a bunch of viruses pass through. Avira has been great as it does not slow my computer down and It is really secure, although I am using the free version of Avira because buying the premium would be expensive. For a free version I think that it's great for the average desktop or laptop but If you have businesses onine then I suggest you upgrade because as far as I know, free versions of antiviruses do not include anti-spyware although with Avria, I am using Spybot search and destroy and I always immunize and the best part is that It's also free. I don't like AVG. Norton is kind of okay too but is not compatible with Avira. I've heard a lot of good things about Kaspersky. I still believe in Avira though as it has not failed me yet. Hopefully it doesn't :D
25 Sep 10
I use Eset Smart Security for both my desktop and laptop. It's good since it has overall internet protection as well, and if you don't want that you can just go with the Eset Nod32 Antivirus. Also, when these two scan it doesn't lag or freeze your computer like most do, they also automatically block harmful things in your computer. So try it out, it has a price though.
23 Sep 10
I have tried many antiviruses till date. I started with Norton and currently i am using panda. Panda cloud : Panda Cloud Antivirus is a version of Panda's security software. It is cloud-based, meaning that scanning of the files is handled on a remote server rather than on a user's machine. This results in less bloat as seen by the end-user. The cloud technology is based on Panda's Collective Intelligence. You try this out.