I'm a beginner (High school student) in Computer Science (Information Technology) and I've realized there's a lot of trojan horse on the computer at school, so I'm forced to take my laptop -.- However I was on the search for Anti-viruses it then made it clear to me that the internet is not completely safe. While doing research I've found Bit-defender, it's the best and has a high ranking too, but it also takes a lot out of your processor so I figured AVG would do the trick, well it didn't protect me 100% but it is a good anti-virus and recommended.. Then there is Vipre , I was amazed, it cleaned a lot of viruses off my computer, there were so much, AVG & Bit-defender didn't detect. It doesn't slow my computer down, but it also blocks unsafe websites and protect you to the fullest, I recommend Vipre. Try it.
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From experience I'd avoid the free variants such as Avast! and AVG, although tempting as it can save you upwards of £60 they rarely detect everything. There are benefits and drawbacks to most of the products available, so it's worth looking for one that matches your needs.
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Usually, the freeware is OK for removing a one-time problem, but rarely good for long-term protection.
With that said, I have used MalwareBytes to help people eradicate viruses.
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