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What Anti Virus you recommend?

Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by ac1d1ty, 7 Mar 2010.

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  1. ac1d1ty

    Wise Guy

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    Finally moved of RC version of windows 7 and everything is running lovely indeed.

    Looks like I can't run without antivirus software so was wondering if you had any suggestions.

    I had Avast when I was on the RC and it raped my hard drives, everything was so unresponsive.

    Anyone got a suggestion for something that is really light on the HDD?


    thanks
     
  2. Antineo69

    Gangster

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    Location: Uttoxeter,Uk

    what about Eset
     
  3. ukfive

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    Location: Hoddesdon

    +1
     
  4. ralv585

    Wise Guy

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    +1

    Nod32 is the bee's knees
     
  5. Ratbag

    Wise Guy

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    Theres a sticky at the top of the forum.....

    ;)
     
  6. jamjar

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    Avast is good and free too
     
  7. DJDaz

    Wise Guy

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    i use avast on my desktop and nod32 on my server and both seem pretty good imo,

    don't why avast "raped" your hard drive but could be worth another try using it on the proper version of windows instead of the RC
     
  8. Bouton Aide

    Caporegime

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    Security Essentials
     
  9. Neolink

    Wise Guy

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    Avast is really good, I don't know why you had issues with it but it may be fixed by now :D
     
  10. icysniper

    Hitman

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    using Avira here and it works great, does not bother me at all and is one of the best imo :)
     
  11. postmanfw

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    Kaspersky 2010 :)
     
  12. Geek.

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    +1
     
  13. Macro

    Soldato

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    Microsoft Security Essentials, lightweight, does a good job, regularly updated, free and generally recommended by the majority of people round these parts of late.
     
  14. cambb

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    Microsoft Security Essentials
     
  15. lcg

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    For a paid solution, I would recommend NOD32. For a free solution, I recommend Microsoft Security Essentials.
     
  16. Tute

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  17. JimboJet

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    Bullguard
     
  18. PAz

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    NOD32 user here.
     
  19. robinbredin

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    I would agree with that. My McAfee ran out, so I opted for MSE instead.
     
  20. Philtor

    Soldato

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    Kaspersky 2010 is excellent. Or if you don't want to spend any $$ then Avast.
     
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