AV program

Discussion in 'Application Software' started by hawke1969, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. hawke1969

    hawke1969 MDL Member

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    Hello,
    Which free antivirus program could you recommend me? I'm using Win7 Pro X64.
    And what do you use?
    Thanks.
     
  2. s_21m

    s_21m MDL Junior Member

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    MSE is good one. FREEEE!
     
  3. Paiva

    Paiva MDL Developer

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    MSE very false-positive ... :nono:

    Use Eset, ;)

    Regards
     
  4. CRA2YHAVOK

    CRA2YHAVOK MDL Senior Member

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    Had very little FP or problems with MSE, used it since beta & ESET isn't free.
     
  5. Nawzil

    Nawzil MDL Guru

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    Microsoft Security Essential is free.
    If you want a paid one: Kaspersky is the best.
     
  6. Windows vNext

    Windows vNext MDL Member

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    Norton has also been improved since the last few releases...
    But MSE rules in freewares.:worthy:
     
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  7. bk-ks

    bk-ks MDL Novice

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    Avira is a good one.
     
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  8. Master.Pirate

    Master.Pirate MDL Junior Member

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  9. and93hil

    and93hil MDL Novice

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    I would recommend Avira. If you want a paid one i'd say Outpost Security Suite is the way to go.
     
  10. nodnar

    nodnar MDL Addicted

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    avira free runs my cpu up to 70`centigrade,
    gives me [false?] positives on my free tdsskiller freeware,
    and gives me a headache, about to be uninstalled,
    they don`t bother with support for free users either..
     
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