AVG Internet Security 2017 - 2 Year Unlimited Devices (PC)
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AVG Internet Security 2017 - 2 Year Unlimited Devices (PC)

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AVG Internet Security 2017 - 2 Year Unlimited Devices (PC)

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This software is basically redundant now, and it's almost a crime to me that they can still sell it. There is plenty of free software that does a far better job than this, and as long as you don't go round clicking on bait and opening any and all exe files; Windows Defender will do just fine.
The only possible reason I could advise having this, is if you have elderly relatives with PC's you can't access regularly.
In practice does this do amy more than the free stuff in Windows 10 (Defender) and the spam filter in Gmail? I rather doubt it, so it will have to be cold.
This is better than Windows defender. What's the first thing that any would be 'hacker' has to get around, in trying to install stuff on your pc? anything installed by default on every windows pc: windows defender.
Hacker = not necessarily a person!
So install something else. Like the free version of AVG which doesn't contain all the extras which I think are unnecessary if you surf with care, but retains the best detection features of the program.
jasee1 h, 58 m ago

This is better than Windows defender. What's the first thing that any …This is better than Windows defender. What's the first thing that any would be 'hacker' has to get around, in trying to install stuff on your pc? anything installed by default on every windows pc: windows defender.Hacker = not necessarily a person!So install something else. Like the free version of AVG which doesn't contain all the extras which I think are unnecessary if you surf with care, but retains the best detection features of the program.


I tend to disagree, and so agree with oligreen: in practice, and for most domestic users Defender is just fine. Since we changed to Windows 10 (on about 8 or 9 desktops, laptops and tablets) we have had no problems, we used the free version of AVG previously and it seemed to work okay, but was fiddly compared with Defender.
It's quite interesting that in a recent test by one of the big antivirus testing labs Defender/MSSE outscored Avast, Avira, AVG, Bitdefender, Kaspersky and Panda among others in a real world protection test. IF this is not just a blip and it really has improved recently, then there really is no valid reason paying for or even using any other free antivirus.
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