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Product upgrades immediately online to version 9.0 to give you the most up to date internet security available and continues to update free throughout the duration of the license. Provides complete protection for 3 seperate computers.

Product also includes Identity Protection for additional peace of mind.

Why take the risk? Get protected today and join the 80 million AVG customers worldwide.


Automatic update service for continuous protection
Fast, effective performance without slowing systems down
All-in-one, easy to use protection install and forget
Works in the background doesnt get in the way
Technical customer support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

AVG Internet Security gives you complete, real-time protection against the latest web-borne threats
Real-time safe searching and surfing for a trouble-free online experience
Advanced protection against new and unknown viruses
Download files from the web and exchange files via instant messaging without the risk of malware infection
Streamlined malware detection quickly and efficiently prevents infection from known spyware, viruses and worms
Self-learning, personalized anti-spam keeps inboxes free of junk and phishing attacks
Smart firewall quietly and efficiently keeps hackers at bay
Advanced anti-root kit technology defuses even the most complex techno smart bombs

Tough on Threats. Easy on You.
AVG Internet Security delivers the most advanced and comprehensive protection against todays threats without slowing you down or getting in your way.

Tough on Threats
- Identity protection whenever you go online
- Blocks poisoned web pages in real time
- Detects and removes known and unknown viruses, spyware, rootkits, worms and Trojans
- Protects against invisible attacks by the bad guys while you are surfing the Internet
- Stops spam without blocking the mail you want
- Prevents suspicious files from being opened

Easy on You
- Fast, automatic installation
- Simple set-up and automatic updates
- Works in the background
- Flags suspicious files and web pages
- Free support and updates

Compatibility
Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP4)
Microsoft Windows XP (32 bit)
Microsoft Vista (32/64 bit)
Microsoft Windows 7
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#1
Great software & great price! Have some H&R for that!
#2
How much better than the free version is this? It might seem a stupid question, and that's 'cos I'm stupid, but can u use it on a netbook as well?
#3
I use the free version ok on a netbook. In fact I use the free version on all my machines.

No idea why anyone would want to pay for the full version when the free does just the job.

No idea if this is hot deal or not as don't know the price of the premium to compare it to. It might be good if you are in the market for it but for the majority of users why pay at all?
#4
I was lucky enough to get sent the 3 user pack when the ran out of the single user version from Zavvi for £2.95 about a month ago. But this is still a great price so heat added.
I would recommend the product over Norton (which I used for years) much less intrusive.
The great thing with AVG is that it will upgrade to the latest version free of charge.
As with most multi-user packs though, the coverage starts concurrently on all 3 licences when you install the first copy.
#5
Sunnysider;7470097
I use the free version ok on a netbook. In fact I use the free version on all my machines.

No idea why anyone would want to pay for the full version when the free does just the job.

No idea if this is hot deal or not as don't know the price of the premium to compare it to. It might be good if you are in the market for it but for the majority of users why pay at all?

i always use free ones too...the paid ones offer additional more flexible options so you have a little more control over what it does and offers additional real time protection, prob is that can slow down pc's too
http://www.avg.com/gb-en/home-and-office-security-comparison
#6
royals
i always use free ones too...the paid ones offer additional more flexible options so you have a little more control over what it does and offers additional real time protection, prob is that can slow down pc's too
http://www.avg.com/gb-en/home-and-office-security-comparison

Agreed. Guys in IT will say the same - free AVG enough for home. Norton another pain in the ar*e! :) especially if you're new to computer and don't like getting pestered every 5 mins with notifications you won't understand! :)
#7
I went from free AVG to free Avast. A lot more customizable than AVG. Works great and non intrusive.
#8
The free version is anti virus only, this has got the firewall and all the other bells and whistles too
1 Like #9
AVG fancying a bit of bloatware action like Symanctec no doubt.

Most people have a router these days and most routers have a decent enough firewall built in. I got rid of my software firewall about 6 years ago and haven't needed one since.

Check your ports at >

https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2

Some suggestions for free software >

http://www.techsupportalert.com/pc/security-tools.html
#10
I used to use AVG free, now using Avast Home Edition Free after some kind advice given to me on here. I have to say, it seems excellent, and it gets a 5 Star review @ CNet..................

http://download.cnet.com/Avast-Home-Edition-Free-Antivirus/3000-2239_4-10019223.html
#11
is this any good? how does it compare to macafee and kaspersky?
#12
the free one is sound
#13
AntSmith
I went from free AVG to free Avast. A lot more customizable than AVG. Works great and non intrusive.


i was recommended this by an IT tech , said hes got it installed on 100+ pc's VERY easy to use and updates everytime you boot up... not had anything get past it since i installed :thumbsup:
#14
The free AVG one is fine... I personally now use Avast ... either are good. I wouldn't pay for this.
#15
AVG free fine for home use. I now use Microsoft Security Essentials - also free.
#16
Thanks guys, ye saved me a tenner. :thumbsup:
#17
Agreed been in IT 20 years now and you really shouldnt pay for Virus protection... been using Avast for last 3 years on my 4 home PC's (combo of XP to Windows 7 .. .32 bit and 64 bit) and it works a treat with no attacks whatsoever... unlike like some other better known "bloatware" virus checkers which have the cheek to charge you an annual fee.

Microsoft's new Virus software isnt that bad either.
#18
I paid £3.95 for this from zavvi and got it for my dad for christmas - http://img339.imageshack.us/img339/5475/avgo.jpg
#19
another vote for Avast or Microsoft Security Essentials.

had to remove AVG Security Suite from a customers m/c recently, admittedly it wasn't the latest laptop but this drastically slowed it down, they were persuaded by AOL to buy it @ about £40.
#20
skink
The free version is anti virus only, this has got the firewall and all the other bells and whistles too


absolute utter rubbish! I have the free one with everything!
#21
bobmccluckie
absolute utter rubbish! I have the free one with everything!


Unless you've got a pirated copy then no, you haven't. Congrats on making yourself look like a clown :thumbsup:
#22
This is nice if you want it to hog up your comp, people used to moan about the old norton doing this but this is just as bad.

Use something like avast then it don't hog your comp all the time. plus there is no need to buy stuff like this when there is free stuff out there that do the job just aswell :thumbsup:
#23
I've not tried Avast - will try that. At the mo have AVG free on laptops and MS Security Essentials on my netbook. Have to say MSE seems to take up very minimal resources which is handy for a netbook.
#24
I used to use Avast, now I have AVG Free. No problems with either.
#25
Microsoft Security Essentials is all you need, and its free!:thumbsup:
suspended#26
deal is certainly better than mcafee's and norton's but tbh I've been using AVG (free version) for a while now and its fine.
Yes it doesn't have firewall etc etc, but its free and other free programs other posters have mentioned is sufficient.
#27
fishmaster
AVG fancying a bit of bloatware action like Symanctec no doubt.

Most people have a router these days and most routers have a decent enough firewall built in. I got rid of my software firewall about 6 years ago and haven't needed one since.

Check your ports at >

https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2

Some suggestions for free software >

http://www.techsupportalert.com/pc/security-tools.html


I wonder if this "stealths" your ports:thinking:, you know, like Windows, no-nonsense, hassle-free, low over-overhead, built-in firewall does - without all the unnecessary bloat and system slow-down:thumbsup: Still, software firewalls are a great learning tool for discovering how to configure ports etc.:thumbsup:
#28
Used to use AVG and Spybot for spyware. However a couple of weeks ago we got a Trojan and malware on the PC and AVG would not pick them up or remove them. Did a search on Google and an IT forum said to use Avast and it cleaned it up for me along with a couple more that we didn't even know about! Promptly removed AVG and have kept with Avast with no thoughts of going back. AVG is ok but as both are free I would edge towards Avast.
#29
Another vote for Avast from me. Very good software.
#30
perrioli
How much better than the free version is this? It might seem a stupid question, and that's 'cos I'm stupid, but can u use it on a netbook as well?


It is significantly worse, the overheads are truly atrocious. The new version nine is possibly the worst internet suite available.

I am a former fan of AVG, but no more.
#31
I've used Avast/AVG and Avira free and my vote would be avira. The commercial version of avira does offer more but the free version is fine and imho better on the performance side

http://www.free-av.com/
#32
Microsoft Security Essentials is free and does the job just fine unless of course you're an idiot and in the case that you are then no Antivirus suite is going to protect you fully. Yes, maybe you should teach yourself a bit about that machine that you do your banking and shopping through. Maybe that could be a worthwhile idea.
#33
Orinoco1
Used to use AVG and Spybot for spyware. However a couple of weeks ago we got a Trojan and malware on the PC and AVG would not pick them up or remove them. Did a search on Google and an IT forum said to use Avast and it cleaned it up for me along with a couple more that we didn't even know about! Promptly removed AVG and have kept with Avast with no thoughts of going back. AVG is ok but as both are free I would edge towards Avast.


i've had avg free on my prior laptop and never seemed to pick any virus up, but then new laptop arrived last week and it came with mc-afee free for 60 days, so i've left that on, went to install a free video converter i had on the old laptop, and mcafee picked up a trojan that it contained. so i'm a bit wary of going back to avg free once this expires. is avast easy enough to use??
#34
perrioli
How much better than the free version is this? It might seem a stupid question, and that's 'cos I'm stupid, but can u use it on a netbook as well?

Just download the free one straight onto your netbook. I just did it without a hitch.
#35
The free one is fine . Never had a problem or a virus .No point in wasting money on this !!
#36
I've got Microsoft Security Essentials and it picked up trojans that Kaspersky was oblivious to. As it says in the name, "essential".
#37
brandonheat
I've got Microsoft Security Essentials and it picked up trojans that Kaspersky was oblivious to. As it says in the name, "essential".


Possible since the detection varies between them all, some simply find stuff others don't. On the other hand, there are also 'false positives'. Scan the file with [url]www.virustotal.com[/url] for a better indication of genuine malware or something wrongly detected (it scans submitted files with a whole host of detectors which enables you to therefore make a better decision).
#38
Microsoft Security Essentials - [url]www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/[/url]
Avira - [url]www.free-av.com[/url]
Avast - [url]www.avast.com/eng/avast_4_home.html[/url]

Are all good quality free AV apps.
#39
AVG in any form is total crap.
very low detection rates, bad for false positives too.

any IT tech worth anything wouldnt reccommend it unless its to get repeat customers to do virus removals.
cant belive the amount of 'professionals' that would stand by such a crap product.

Check out AV comparatives.org and see AVG premium get its ass kicked by Eset/Kaspersky and even NORTON.
its an unbiased testing website that does full tests on the major AVs.
Anyone who still stays Symantec products are bloatware, arent up to date on their AV softwares either.
#40
The thing with avg aswell is people say they have never had a problem with it and never had a virus, the thing is they don't know they are on their computer in the first place so they are no the wiser :thumbsup:

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