Currently i am using Norton 2006 updated to the 2007 version.
As of the moment, i have the option to renew my subscription for £33. After looking at PC worlds 2007 Norton Antivirus, it costs £19.99. Significantly cheaper. Now i know that AVG is supposedly very good, so my question to you is:
Which should i go for; re-subscribe, buy 2007 new, or get AVG?
I ran AVG free on on pc....was great....now I have it my current pc...cleans my pc every morning at 3am, plus I run it manuallly frecuently. I also have free Abexo to clean the registry. Both downloadable free...both GREAT!
Well i am still going to stick with Norton, even though it has been a right little bugger of a program recently, and i also run AVG Anti-Virus as well as AVG Anti-Spyware, which i find to be a great little program, no fuss compared to the delight of Norton. In case Norton misses it, AVG is there to back it up. :P
Thanks for all suggestions.
geneliajai is the only person in this thread that gave good advice. Eset's Nod32 is probably the best AV solution out there right now. Kaspersky is a pretty decent one as well. If you want something that is free then I would suggest Microsoft Security Essentials.
NEVER run multiple AV programs at the same time. On that same note, I would stay away from Norton AND McAfee. Both of those programs are bloated and slow. They are a false sense of security, and I would almost dare say that you are better off with nothing than running either of those. AVG free edition has gone to garbage. Avast used to be good about 5 years ago, but now is worthless.
Get Eset Nod32 or Kaspersky. Run a scan with Malwarebytes (free) once a month or so. Make sure you have all of your software update. (not just Windows, but ALSO Java, Flash, Adobe reader, etc...)
not all perfect antivirus. but i combine ESET antivirus with local antivirus, like PCMAV (one of the main a best antivirus Indonesia). i think is usefull. because a virus is creating or modificating by virus creator at each country. they are making a virus appropriate with their idea and "art-war". so, i have did combining two antivirus. :)