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McAfee Total Protection (for 3PC'S) - 2012 Ultimate Award Winning PC And Online Security - Only £4.50 @ Tesco Outlet via eBay with FREE Delivery

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Product Description People want to enjoy the benefits of connecting, surfing, and shopping online and don't want to think about security risks. McAfee helps keep your PC safe from viruses, Trojans… Read More
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Product Description

People want to enjoy the benefits of connecting, surfing, and shopping online and don't want to think about security risks. McAfee helps keep your PC safe from viruses, Trojans, spyware, and malware which might be picked up from email, USB sticks, removable hard drives, or simply browsing online. With McAfee Total Protection 2012 security software working in real time, security is there when you need it, invisible when you don't.

• Anti-Virus
• Anti-Spyware
• Anti-Spam
• Anti-Phishing
• Two-Way Firewall
• Advanced Wedsite Safety Ratings
• USB Drive Scanning
• Online Identity Protection
• Online Backup
• File and Folder Encryption

About McAfee

McAfee is one of the world’s leading suppliers of security software and systems management solutions. McAfee develops computer security solutions, detecting and blocking unauthorised access to networks and is relentlessly focused on protecting computer systems from the latest threats. All McAfee products are supported by the Anti-Virus–Research Organisation, McAfee Labs, which is protecting McAfee customers from emerging and complex threats.

System Requirements

Microsoft Windows XP SP3 or higher (32-bit)

Windows Vista SP1 or higher (32- and 64-bit)

Windows 7 incl. SP1 (32- and 64-bit) 512 MB RAM for XP 1 GB RAM for Vista and Windows 7 500 MB free drive space 1 GHz processor

THIS ITEM IS BRAND NEW AND UNUSED BUT MAY HAVE SOME DAMAGE TO THE PACKAGING OR MAY NOT BE IN THE ORIGINAL RETAIL
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#1
Just ordered.

Hopefully this will update to the latest version
#2
Tempted. I do like the premium stuff ;)

Heat added.
2 Likes #3
pay for a virus? no thanks
#4
royals
pay for a virus? no thanks

:p
#5
No thanks.
1 Like #6
There is a reason its £4.50. If you buy it you know nothing about IT. It will slow your PC down. I strongly advise against McAfee and Norton products. AVOID!!
#7
McAfee and Norton are both big names and that is the sole reason they make so much money- the software is crap, get something free instead (COMODO is what I use)
#8
iggy450
There is a reason its £4.50. If you buy it you know nothing about IT. It will slow your PC down. I strongly advise against McAfee and Norton products. AVOID!!

and something is BETTER than nothing so @ 4.50 to cover 3 pc's is a good deal
#9
iggy450
There is a reason its £4.50. If you buy it you know nothing about IT. It will slow your PC down. I strongly advise against McAfee and Norton products. AVOID!!
.

I can only go on my own experience and have only been using McAfee since beginning of November and my laptop speeds are great. Laptop starts in around 40 secs from switch on to desktop loading, which is pretty good (I'm a computer technician) .... You're right about Norton AV though wouldn't touch it. :)
1 Like #10
If you do not want to pay for AV software, I can recommend Avast FREE version, used it for over 1 year and it did the job.
1 Like #11
usetheforceluke
iggy450
There is a reason its £4.50. If you buy it you know nothing about IT. It will slow your PC down. I strongly advise against McAfee and Norton products. AVOID!!

and something is BETTER than nothing so @ 4.50 to cover 3 pc's is a good deal

Except the other option is not nothing... The other option is to get something better for free.
#12
Now owned by Intel so should be good software.I am running McAfee Live Safe as it was free with my Dell Desktop.
2 Likes #13
even McAfee wouldn't use McAfee
#14
soRahms
usetheforceluke
iggy450
There is a reason its £4.50. If you buy it you know nothing about IT. It will slow your PC down. I strongly advise against McAfee and Norton products. AVOID!!

and something is BETTER than nothing so @ 4.50 to cover 3 pc's is a good deal

Except the other option is not nothing... The other option is to get something better for free.

lol 3 comments all negative since you joined and like people are going to listen to you with your strong advise :)
McAffe is a world leader and does the trick. Dont get bogged down in what is better as its only an opinion at the end of the day.
2 Likes #15
McAfee are used commonly in enterprise environments because they tend to have easily deploy-able solutions, it's arguably not because they're "the best" in anyway. Internet/e-mail at most companies will be filtered using something else, we use Sophos with Mcafee doing the desktop stuff, but it's a cut down AV scanner, not this tripe which will have a fairly hefty impact on performance from my own experience with Mcafee products created for home users.

Bare in mind newer versions of windows come with Windows Defender pre-installed, couple that with Malwarebytes (free or the cheap paid for upgrade) and you've got yourself a decent AV platform which wont' kill performance.
#16
McAfee runs fine for me. One thing to check is whether your ISP offers free AV protection as many do. I've had free AV software for years through Sky, Talktalk and EE.
#17
Yes, I have McAfee free with BT Infinity 2 - Called BT Net Protect, this is the only reason that I stopped using Avast FREE edition.
2 Likes #18
usetheforceluke
soRahms
usetheforceluke
iggy450
There is a reason its £4.50. If you buy it you know nothing about IT. It will slow your PC down. I strongly advise against McAfee and Norton products. AVOID!!

and something is BETTER than nothing so @ 4.50 to cover 3 pc's is a good deal

Except the other option is not nothing... The other option is to get something better for free.

lol 3 comments all negative since you joined and like people are going to listen to you with your strong advise :)
McAffe is a world leader and does the trick. Dont get bogged down in what is better as its only an opinion at the end of the day.

I've made 2 comments on here. Sick counting skills

Anyways I didn't know only comments in favour of a deal are allowed. Surely that would mean every cold deal is unexplained..? And do you mean you only listen to advice in favour of what is being posted? I better post a deal for snake oil, you'd love it.

It's a world leader in sales, yes, and will remain as such as long as the masses continue to pay for its product, despite free alternatives being better.

edit: here's a picture, but by all means continue being a stubborn fool because you've heard of the brand name:

http://i.imgur.com/jRVn5ue.png

its from http://www.av-comparatives.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/avc_per_201405_en.pdf and that site has loads of tests you can look through. The image shows it slows down your PC quite heavily

Edited By: soRahms on Dec 15, 2014 14:16: pikcha
#19
u know you can get total bitdefender for free for a year right?
#20
soRahms
usetheforceluke
soRahms
usetheforceluke
iggy450
There is a reason its £4.50. If you buy it you know nothing about IT. It will slow your PC down. I strongly advise against McAfee and Norton products. AVOID!!

and something is BETTER than nothing so @ 4.50 to cover 3 pc's is a good deal

Except the other option is not nothing... The other option is to get something better for free.

lol 3 comments all negative since you joined and like people are going to listen to you with your strong advise :)
McAffe is a world leader and does the trick. Dont get bogged down in what is better as its only an opinion at the end of the day.

I've made 2 comments on here. Sick counting skills

Anyways I didn't know only comments in favour of a deal are allowed. Surely that would mean every cold deal is unexplained..? And do you mean you only listen to advice in favour of what is being posted? I better post a deal for snake oil, you'd love it.

It's a world leader in sales, yes, and will remain as such as long as the masses continue to pay for its product, despite free alternatives being better.

edit: here's a picture, but by all means continue being a stubborn fool because you've heard of the brand name:

http://i.imgur.com/jRVn5ue.png

its from http://www.av-comparatives.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/avc_per_201405_en.pdf and that site has loads of tests you can look through. The image shows it slows down your PC quite heavily

try adding to the community not trolling or taking from the community.

for yourself a big favour - now go and find us all the awards for Macaffe and post them..................
#21
like they say. free ones e.g. Avast do just as good a job without hammering yr pc while they do it.
McAfee is no more effective, but is very resource-intensive, and the devil's job to remove once you've got it.
Truly the days when you needed to buy an AV are long gone.
#22
jsw72
even McAfee wouldn't use McAfee
John McAfee, the founder of McAfee certainly doesn't and that brings us nicely to our next item...........

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKgf5PaBzyg
#23
Oh geez this thread is going to dengenerate into the usual my antivirus is better than yours debate. Its a hot deal unless you can point to it being cheaper anywhere else? Stay on topic.
#24
My Sony vaio is running really slow and keep getting pop ups of unwanted shopping websites. I've used avast, avg and other free software. Will this version of AV sort the latency and pop ups?
#25
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Hammy07
My Sony vaio is running really slow and keep getting pop ups of unwanted shopping websites. I've used avast, avg and other free software without success. Will this version of AV sort the latency and pop ups?
1 Like #26
Hammy07
My Sony vaio is running really slow and keep getting pop ups of unwanted shopping websites. I've used avast, avg and other free software. Will this version of AV sort the latency and pop ups?

Sounds like you've picked up some malware / adware .... Download and run Malwarebytes free from this link:

http://www.malwarebytes.org/lp/malware_lp_form/

This should get you sorted. :)
#27
usetheforceluke

try adding to the community not trolling or taking from the community.

for yourself a big favour - now go and find us all the awards for Macaffe and post them..................

Maybe look back over your posts and take your own advice?

I've offered useful information and backed it up, all you've done is spewed ignorance. You can't have your cake and eat it- if you can't cough up something that backs up what you say (I even provided a link to where that information would be, if it existed), all you're doing is proving you're just noise
#28
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jeffe
Hammy07
My Sony vaio is running really slow and keep getting pop ups of unwanted shopping websites. I've used avast, avg and other free software. Will this version of AV sort the latency and pop ups?

Sounds like you've picked up some malware / adware .... Download and run Malwarebytes free from this link:

http://www.malwarebytes.org/lp/malware_lp_form/

This should get you sorted. :)
thanks buddy
#29
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jeffe
Hammy07
My Sony vaio is running really slow and keep getting pop ups of unwanted shopping websites. I've used avast, avg and other free software. Will this version of AV sort the latency and pop ups?

Sounds like you've picked up some malware / adware .... Download and run Malwarebytes free from this link:

http://www.malwarebytes.org/lp/malware_lp_form/

This should get you sorted. :)
cheers mate
#30
soRahms
usetheforceluke

try adding to the community not trolling or taking from the community.

for yourself a big favour - now go and find us all the awards for Macaffe and post them..................

Maybe look back over your posts and take your own advice?

I've offered useful information and backed it up, all you've done is spewed ignorance. You can't have your cake and eat it- if you can't cough up something that backs up what you say (I even provided a link to where that information would be, if it existed), all you're doing is proving you're just noise

Obviously you have too much time on your hands to go through my posts.
I first in the first 9 people to get an MCSE in the country, I have worked for R&D in the largest computer manufacturer in the country, and hold a computer science degree. So with that in mind and the fact that everyone of your comments are trolling, negative nonsense I think my "advice" is slightly better :) - happy Christmas and hope all your wished come true :)
#31
anthony69
Oh geez this thread is going to dengenerate into the usual my antivirus is better than yours debate. Its a hot deal unless you can point to it being cheaper anywhere else? Stay on topic.
There are a few unwritten rules on HUKD with regards to posts about Beats headphones, Henry Vacuums (obligatory use of the 'Henry snorting coke' animation) and McAfee antivirus, oh and Moto G phones. :D

But yes, it looks like it's descending into one of those threads ;)

Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 16, 2014 10:07
#32
usetheforceluke
soRahms
usetheforceluke

try adding to the community not trolling or taking from the community.

for yourself a big favour - now go and find us all the awards for Macaffe and post them..................

Maybe look back over your posts and take your own advice?

I've offered useful information and backed it up, all you've done is spewed ignorance. You can't have your cake and eat it- if you can't cough up something that backs up what you say (I even provided a link to where that information would be, if it existed), all you're doing is proving you're just noise

Obviously you have too much time on your hands to go through my posts.
I first in the first 9 people to get an MCSE in the country, I have worked for R&D in the largest computer manufacturer in the country, and hold a computer science degree. So with that in mind and the fact that everyone of your comments are trolling, negative nonsense I think my "advice" is slightly better :) - happy Christmas and hope all your wished come true :)

Literally nothing I'm saying is trolling, it's just disagreeing with you. And "I did a course, therefore I'm right and don't need to use facts" isn't much of an argument. I'd also be very surprised if any computer science degree, or hardware R&D company even gave 2 minutes to think about antivirus

You're obviously very proud of being an armchair expert, the only thing getting in the way is those blasted facts
#33
soRahms
usetheforceluke
soRahms
usetheforceluke

try adding to the community not trolling or taking from the community.

for yourself a big favour - now go and find us all the awards for Macaffe and post them..................

Maybe look back over your posts and take your own advice?

I've offered useful information and backed it up, all you've done is spewed ignorance. You can't have your cake and eat it- if you can't cough up something that backs up what you say (I even provided a link to where that information would be, if it existed), all you're doing is proving you're just noise

Obviously you have too much time on your hands to go through my posts.
I first in the first 9 people to get an MCSE in the country, I have worked for R&D in the largest computer manufacturer in the country, and hold a computer science degree. So with that in mind and the fact that everyone of your comments are trolling, negative nonsense I think my "advice" is slightly better :) - happy Christmas and hope all your wished come true :)

Literally nothing I'm saying is trolling, it's just disagreeing with you. And "I did a course, therefore I'm right and don't need to use facts" isn't much of an argument. I'd also be very surprised if any computer science degree, or hardware R&D company even gave 2 minutes to think about antivirus

You're obviously very proud of being an armchair expert, the only thing getting in the way is those blasted facts

I will leave you with this.
http://www.mcafee.com/uk/about/awards.aspx
1 Like #34
SC awards. LOL. Free mag, "sponsored" by manufacturers which gives out awards to the same companies funding it.
1 Like #35
usetheforceluke
soRahms
usetheforceluke
soRahms
usetheforceluke

try adding to the community not trolling or taking from the community.

for yourself a big favour - now go and find us all the awards for Macaffe and post them..................

Maybe look back over your posts and take your own advice?

I've offered useful information and backed it up, all you've done is spewed ignorance. You can't have your cake and eat it- if you can't cough up something that backs up what you say (I even provided a link to where that information would be, if it existed), all you're doing is proving you're just noise

Obviously you have too much time on your hands to go through my posts.
I first in the first 9 people to get an MCSE in the country, I have worked for R&D in the largest computer manufacturer in the country, and hold a computer science degree. So with that in mind and the fact that everyone of your comments are trolling, negative nonsense I think my "advice" is slightly better :) - happy Christmas and hope all your wished come true :)

Literally nothing I'm saying is trolling, it's just disagreeing with you. And "I did a course, therefore I'm right and don't need to use facts" isn't much of an argument. I'd also be very surprised if any computer science degree, or hardware R&D company even gave 2 minutes to think about antivirus

You're obviously very proud of being an armchair expert, the only thing getting in the way is those blasted facts

I will leave you with this.
http://www.mcafee.com/uk/about/awards.aspx

http://www.avg.com/gb-en/awards

Oh look, every antivirus software has loads of awards because there are thousands. However, not every antivirus slows your PC down. Hence, mcafee bad. I've presented you the picture showing it slows down your PC and you literally ignored it.

You're a stubborn fool. No amount of facts and figures will change your mind so I give up. There is nothing more useless than a human who makes their mind up first, and then cherry-picks facts to support it. You may have worked fora big R&D company but something tells me you weren't doing any R&D

edit: also halfmad pays more attention than me, lol.


Edited By: soRahms on Dec 16, 2014 10:58
#36
soRahms
usetheforceluke
soRahms
usetheforceluke
soRahms
usetheforceluke

try adding to the community not trolling or taking from the community.

for yourself a big favour - now go and find us all the awards for Macaffe and post them..................

Maybe look back over your posts and take your own advice?

I've offered useful information and backed it up, all you've done is spewed ignorance. You can't have your cake and eat it- if you can't cough up something that backs up what you say (I even provided a link to where that information would be, if it existed), all you're doing is proving you're just noise

Obviously you have too much time on your hands to go through my posts.
I first in the first 9 people to get an MCSE in the country, I have worked for R&D in the largest computer manufacturer in the country, and hold a computer science degree. So with that in mind and the fact that everyone of your comments are trolling, negative nonsense I think my "advice" is slightly better :) - happy Christmas and hope all your wished come true :)

Literally nothing I'm saying is trolling, it's just disagreeing with you. And "I did a course, therefore I'm right and don't need to use facts" isn't much of an argument. I'd also be very surprised if any computer science degree, or hardware R&D company even gave 2 minutes to think about antivirus

You're obviously very proud of being an armchair expert, the only thing getting in the way is those blasted facts

I will leave you with this.
http://www.mcafee.com/uk/about/awards.aspx

http://www.avg.com/gb-en/awards

Oh look, every antivirus software has loads of awards because there are thousands. However, not every antivirus slows your PC down. Hence, mcafee bad. I've presented you the picture showing it slows down your PC and you literally ignored it.

You're a stubborn fool. No amount of facts and figures will change your mind so I give up. There is nothing more useless than a human who makes their mind up first, and then cherry-picks facts to support it. You may have worked fora big R&D company but something tells me you weren't doing any R&D



Tell you what, as i am busy making money @ the moment, you can have the last word to add to you negative comments and as a Christmas pressie I wont reply. Happy Christmas.
#37
usetheforceluke


Tell you what, as i am busy making money @ the moment, you can have the last word to add to you negative comments and as a Christmas pressie I wont reply. Happy Christmas.

merry christmas, I hope santa brings you the ability to make objective judgements
1 Like #38
soRahms, It'd be a Christmas miracle!
1 Like #39
Easy guys, don't let McAfee be the cause of yet more death and destruction
#40
How to uninstall McAffe antivirus featuring McAfee

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKgf5PaBzyg

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