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AVG Free 7.1 for Linux released!

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AVG Free for Linux
January 9, 2006

Grisoft expands its award-winning product line with AVG Free for Linux - a free version of its advanced anti-virus tool designed specifically for home use on the Linux desktop.

AVG Free for Linux is the first commercial-grade anti-virus product developed for free home use, providing maximum anti-virus protection for Linux computers.

Some of the highlights of AVG Free for Linux include:
  • An intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) that makes the software easy to install and use
  • Rapid virus database updates for the lifetime of the product
  • Small update files that do not drain system resources
  • Automatic update functionality
  • AVG On-Demand Scanner, which allows users to perform scheduled and manual tests
  • Advanced virus detection methods designed to provide maximum virus protection
AVG Free for Linux is NOT authorized or intended
  • Business or commercial use (including testing and evaluation)
  • Non-profit Organizations
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