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According to me, Quick Heal is the topmost brand of an Anti-virus company. It really provides a vast number of features to hold the customers' support. You may take the details from Norton Antivirus Support Number that will really beneficial to you.

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Originally posted by roserobin roserobin wrote:

According to me, Quick Heal is the topmost brand of an Anti-virus company. It really provides a vast number of features to hold the customers' support. You may take the details from Norton Antivirus Support Number that will really beneficial to you.


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The worst part is that I suspect that's a spammer anyway. Since this has been necro'd, here's a link for anyone who stumbles across it looking for current data:

https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows/


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I use ESET does not slow down the system and has been great with not one issue. 
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Recommend Kaspersky as the top Antivirus software. New version appears to be the best release ever from Kaspersky; it is extremely light and nonintrusive on my machine, I simple dont feel the performance hit, meanwhile there are new technologies like scan scripts using AMSI and Self Defense with Microsoft System protected process technology.

Every protection module seems to be refined, default settings are much more agressive against PUPs/adwares and there is now special settings for privacy conscious users.

You won't go wrong with Kaspersky, detects all known baddies and doesn't hog the system. Why do you think that most businesses and big corporate companies send all their software to be tested to Kaspersky, enough said

I dont know how the market will react against the Russian spy hysteria, but the product itself is a cut above the rest.

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Before choosing the NO.1 antivirus for your computer, make sure you are aware this - there are both paid and free antivirus out there, for most of users, its not a necessity to deploy a premium antivirus on your home or personal computers. However, if you're running a business that requires an absolute safe environment, then a paid antivirus is a wise choice. Here are two lists of the best free and paid antivirus below to look at:
The best free antivirus to look at(with reviews):
https://snailsuite.com/blog/the-top-5-free-antivirus-software.html
The best paid antivirus on the block(with reviews and prices):
https://www.techradar.com/news/best-antivirus


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 I just use Defender and Malewarebytes anymore. No problems in years. I did use Kaspersky for awhile, but maleware got through....my fault I'm sure. The free Malewarebyte version found a lot to quarantine. And really shows just how much slips by you when you hit the wrong key. 
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I just use Linux.

Edit to add: The last line of defense between a virus and a computer is the user. Get software if you need it, but be smart.


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