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Who has the Best Antivirus Software "Period"


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Drumbum667

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I use Trend Micro 07 and it has never let me down. In my opinion its the best, I have a few friends that use it and they have the same results. It hasn't really lagged my system. Norton lagged my system like crazy. The only time it ever lags is when I do a scan but it doesn't do that anymore since I got more RAM. For free I've had great experiences with AVG. I hear Nod32 is great. I personally use the Trend Micro Internet Security Suite 2007, and Zone Alarm Firewall Pro. I have personally never used Kapersky, Avast, or Nod32, but I do hear there good. Although Kapersky does have a great online scan. I'd go with AVG or Nod32 considering you only want an Anti-Virus and other people seem to recommend Nod32, and I've never used it, but I have used AVG and it is very good.
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:blink: all right. Here. listen to all of us at the same time and get all the anti-virus at the same time. What would the results be? A really really slow computer. Lolz. j/k. well. I have kasperky and it's all right. But if you are searching for something that has a virus or a million in what ever you are looking for, then get the anti-virus that is suitible for whatever you are doing. Yeah, I've never tried other anti-virus before, but it can be a hassle to try them all. So read the contents before you decide to take a go all right? yeah, take care then. :whistling:
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Oh I forgot to tell everyone, I dumped off AVG for NOD32 :blink: Live and learn. Turns out I was infected with some small stuff anyway. Or at least, it was suspicious, doesn't mean it was necessarily bad. I love NOD though :whistling:
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AVG is good enough for most people. Just keep out of the gutter and you'll be alright.
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Lol, I've tried pretty much everything :whistling:
Gotta say NOD32 is the best.. Beats all the others..
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