Antivirus

antivirus - this is a funny image metaphorically depicting the removal of virus from a computer.
@aadi_87 (347)
India
November 27, 2009 12:29pm CST
Hi!! I am currently using NOD 32 anti-virus with a registered user name and password and m really happy with its performance.Its light on the system and detects most of the virus files immediately and heals them.Which anti-virus software are you using and are you happy with its performance??Are you using a professional(business)version or the free version??Do write in your views so that it would be easy for everyone to know which is the best anti-virus for your PC.
4 responses
• Singapore
27 Nov 09
I'm tired of using anti-virus. The number of viruses increase every day... In my opinion, using anti-virus software is useless. I'm using "Deep freeze" (professional version), so I do not need to worry about viruses, and make my system kept stable, 100% free of any kind viruses. I'm really happy of using it... ~(^__^)
@aadi_87 (347)
• India
28 Nov 09
Hi!! I haven't heard of deep freeze before.Can you please let me know of it??
@aadi_87 (347)
• India
28 Nov 09
Hi!! Thanks for your help,I'll surely try it out now on my PC :).
• India
9 Dec 09
hi frend.. nice survey.. i m using kaspersky anti virus.. registered for 2 years...very happy with the performance.. and i guess this is the best anti virus... all antivirus software are pretty good provided you provide the updates.. kaspersky is moderate on system resources and speed.. u can always consider this.. cheers
@aadi_87 (347)
• India
9 Dec 09
Hi!! I have been using Kaspersky antivirus initially but then it started giving me problems regarding update and it also blacklisted whatever keys I entered so I switched to NOD 32 and its really good and effective as Kaspersky.Thanks for your response,have a good day!!
• Brazil
7 Dec 09
The best antivirus surely is the Kaspersky, but it's expensive too ¬¬ I use the Avira, but it's a little hard to update and all.. I like the ideia of the frozen system, but sometimes i think it'll be a pain if you work and have to save it in the pc, so you have to always active and deactive the frozen system...
@aadi_87 (347)
• India
7 Dec 09
I used to use Kaspersky initially but then it started giving problems regarding the updates and the serial key validation so I switched to Nod32 which is really good according to me and works fine.
@fsound (757)
• Philippines
29 Nov 09
I am really happy using Avira. It's free and the virus detection is good.
@aadi_87 (347)
• India
29 Nov 09
Hi!! I was using Avira before but then it started giving me problems related to updating the antivirus.The antivirus just refused to update and would always show an error so I moved to Nod 32 which is very good.