Top 10 Free Anti Virus
Posted by Planet Malaysia on June 9, 2011
They are many Antivirus software on the market and mostly are paid version. Today, I would like to share Top 10 Free Antivirus to everyone.
1. Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials sports more than a typically verbose Microsoft name: it’s also a really good antivirus. Lightweight enough to run on older machines without crippling their performance, yet competent enough to handle most viruses and malware out there. Yes I’m one of the Microsoft Security Essentials supporter.
2. AVG Free
AVG has become synonymous with free anti-virus, and there’s a reason for this: AVG offers complete malware protection, with considerably less bloat than the top pay-to-use antivirus clients. And while AVG Free does constantly remind you that you could pay for the professional version of the program, it does this without ever getting in the way of the program’s core purpose: protecting you from viruses.
3. Avira Free
In terms of simplicity, Avira’s fairly lightweight.
4. Avast! Free
This is one of the top free anti-viruses on the market, and for good reason: it’s remarkably complete.
This program doesn’t run in your system background and constantly protect you, but when you run into a problem running Malwarebytes will usually take care of what other programs can’t. Keep a copy for yourself.
This Combofix Antivirus program isn’t friendly, it runs from a command window.
Clamwin is the Windows version of ClamAV, the main Linux anti-virus on the market.
8. Panda Cloud AntiVirus
Panda Cloud Antivirus stores its virus definitions online. I would say this is a really good idea for underpowered PCs with constant access to the net.
9. Comodo Firewall + Antivirus
Comodo is best known for its free firewall, but it also offers a bundled firewall and antivirus program.
10. Common Sense 2011
Common Sense 2011 isn’t a product you can download so much as it is a state of mind. If you’re going to be free of viruses and malware you need to use your head while browsing the web.
Good luck and hope you’re running away from VIRUS.
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