Use MSE on all my builds and for anything I build for other people. Low resource use, works extremely well, and FREE as long as your copy of Windows is legitI've always had luck with oem Norton Antivirus.
It's cheaper than the box store price and most computer shops sell it.
Doesn't seem to steal the system resources like other programs.
Sometimes to update other software i disable it for 15 minutes to prevent any conflicts.
Also run Microsoft Security Essentials as backup. Program seems good and it's free.
$60 is for 3 licenses or one with 3years of protection.I've had both McAfee and Norton in the past - definitely won't use them ever again. I agree with AVG becoming bloated over the years, at least the free version. I checked out Avast and it looks great, but is it worth spending $60? The free version looks comparable to the AVG free version(?) I also checked out MSE and it looks good too. Can it be used as primary protection, or should it be used to supplement another anti-virus program?
Anyone know of an unbiased site that does a good comparison on different anti-virus software?
AV-Comparatives - Independent Tests of Anti-Virus Software - Main-TestsAnyone know of an unbiased site that does a good comparison on different anti-virus software?