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Hello, the name is Mr.evid3nce and i'm new to the forum. Been go to this site for months but never register but I did now because I have a question, I was surprised that this forum (mainly about PC related problems) didnt have a section about Anti-Virus programs. Anyways I decided to look for a new Anti-Virus program but didnt know where to look. One that Ive been look at lately is Avast. If you have any input please reply. thanx - mR.evid3nce

Edited by mr.evid3nce, 20 June 2006 - 01:58 AM.

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I started out with McAfee many years ago. Did'nt like how much resources it used so i switched to Norton. Norton was good for a long while but then started causing problems with tne computer. Switched to E Z Trust, which isn't much better than nortons. Switched to Avast which the first thing it did was crash my puter. Tried it for a while but finally ended up trying the FreeAVG. So far i like the AVG the best of all of them. Time will tell wheather AVG will go like all the rest and end up not being a good program. So far its the only one i will install on any puter.

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I started using Norton on my 3rd computer because I started to get worried about security things and I switched to AVG which is a great free program and allows you to get free updates. I reccomend AVG if you don't want to fork out the cash for a virus scanner but if you want like a commercial brand I would reccomend Norton. All my computers now run on Norton exept for the one that runs on AVG. But, its up to you.
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