I am working in an office overseas and the computers they have are archaic by U.S. standards (well, some of them). I am trying to get an antivirus program set up on one of the machines, but I am in need of something that is light on resources if possible.
I use AVG on my own computer and have been happy with it, but I've heard negative things about resource use. The computer I am dealing with is running Windows 2000 with 256 gb ram (!!!) and a 4 gb hard drive. So, 85 megabytes for AVG itself might be a bit much.
It also has to be user-friendly to the point of being idiot-proof. The people I'm working with are not computer-literate in the slightest, so it cannot be self-directed whatsoever. Teaching them how to delete infections once they're found is about the most I can possibly hope for, and it would be even better if it deleted them automatically.
Anyway, is AVG still a good option, or are there others I should look into that still provide good protection?