The <a href=”http://www.pctools.com/free-antivirus/”>PC Tools Anti-Virus</a> received some good reviews
You will have a job beating this. AVG <a href=”http://free.grisoft.com/”>Link</a>
AVG Awarded PC Authority Best Software Award
AVG recently attended the Australian PC Authority Magazine Reliability and Service Awards and were finalists in the ‘Best Software’ category. AVG scored ‘Highly Commended’ for their AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition and scored the 2nd highest rating for user satisfaction.
December 3, 2007
AVG Anti-Virus Free is the Most Popular Program on CNET Download.com
GRISOFT announced that AVG Anti-Virus Free is the number one downloaded program on all of CNET Download.com. Additionally, AVG Anti-Virus Free is the first most popular and Anti-Virus Pro is the third most popular antivirus based on Editor’s Choice. CNET Download.com is a well-referenced site and is part of CNET Networks, an internationally established online publication and host to technology news and reviews.
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October 18, 2007 .
I would have to agree on AVG. I use both free and paid and am happy with both. An alternative I found that is also open source, installed on Mac but Win32 version is also available is Clam AV
clam link: http://www.clamav.net/
Buddy Farr here, I would agree that both AVG and Clam AV are GREAT AV programs.
Eddie Here, i would agree that AVG works but another option is to use avast, it is fast and effective like avg but has a little different view that to some people will help.
I believe that any antivirus software for any computer system would work. This is because all antivirus software are carefully developed to specifically scan and delete potential threats on your computer system. However, based on my experience, CA Antivirus works best for XP and Vista 32 bit operating systems while Norton Internet Security works for my Windows 7 PC.