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Hello Thank you and it was very nice!!

first Keep Kaspersky it is a very good Antivirus - Malwarebytes and Winpatrol are antimalware programs and are made to work with the antivirus.

I do like the paid Malwarebytes antimalware as it does help add an extra security to the computer

The free version of winpatrol will do just fine and the paid version has more bells and whistles - they do not add to the security but add tools to use on the computer

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Hi Gringo,

So you think that I should renew the paid Kaspersky AntiVirus plus buy Malwarebytes Paid Version? If so won't they interfere as Kaspersky fights malware too? Thanks

James Nicholson

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Hello

Kaspersky is the antivirus and Malwarebytes is the antimalware

They do different jobs differently - that is why they can work together


Now if you had two Antivirus - say Kaspersky and AVG then they would conflict as they do the same job at the same time



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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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