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I have been paying for PC Tools Spyware Doctor for about 3 years now. The subscription is up again and i don't want to pay for it anymore. What would be the best free spyware or all around program to get?

I have AVG Internet Security as my antivirus and firewall.
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Malwarebytes either free or paid

Activating the full version unlocks realtime protection, scheduled scanning, and scheduled updating. For consumers and personal use, it is a one time fee of $24.95. For corporate and business customers, annual licenses are required, please see our Corporate Licensing program.


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Is that the best free one to get?
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Well I would recommend it - plus I use it on my system
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Sounds good to me. Thanks!
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This way I may not see you in my part of the forum :)
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hahaha....Is the one time $24.95 fee, just one time ever right?
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Yep it is one off fee and enables the real time protection
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