Discussion in 'Security and Anti-Virus Software' started by T-ravisty, Jul 18, 2012.
Microsoft Security Essentials here
MSE and NOD 32
MSE no reason to pay for anything else, it does a fine job.
MSE here as well.
Its quite efficient actually... no issues with 'cpu hogging' (nor have I ever experienced except perhaps on single core cpu's of older designs, but even then the impact was relatively minimal).
MSE. It's cheap as free and does a good job.
I use Windows Defender in Windows 8, which is MSE + Windows Defender (in previous Windows editions). It's confusing but works great. I use Malwarebytes as a secondary,however.
This was just the information I was looking for, thanks! New computer expected soon and wanted to see what was being used out there.
The lightest one I can find. Lately I've been switching between Avast! and MSE. Used Avira for ages, but got bored with commercials and bloat.
Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2013. A good all rounder.
People argue no point in buying an AV license. I disagree. It doesn't cost alot. The average guy on here probably spends more on beer in one week then I spent on it for a year
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