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McAfee AntiVirus Plus 2014 was £29 NOW £18.45 with delivery @ isme.com

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Found 14th Oct 2013
Cheapest i could find!!!! 1 Year Subscription for McAfee AntiVirus PLUS 2014

You want to enjoy the benefits of connecting, surfing, and shopping online and don’t

want to think about security risks. McAfee are at the forefront of digital security,

relentlessly working to stay several steps ahead of the bad guys, so that you can surf,

shop, and socialize online with confidence.

System Requirements:

Windows XP SP3 or higher
(32-bit)
Windows Vista SP1
(32- and 64-bit)
Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)
Windows 8 (32- and 64-bit)
512 MB RAM for XP
2 GB RAM for Vista,
Windows 7, and Windows 8
500 MB free drive space
1 GHz processor

10 Comments

Avast and Microsoft Security Essentials are free and both do a good job

Thats probably why it's freezing in here

Have some more ice

Oh dear.

"shop, and socialize online with confidence"

Confidence you've been ripped off and if you change your mind you'll have a hell of a job getting that awful piece of software off your PC.

Original Poster

philphil61

Avast and Microsoft Security Essentials are free and both do a good … Avast and Microsoft Security Essentials are free and both do a good jobThats probably why it's freezing in hereHave some more ice

They are FREE....but because there limited in what they protect against, 1 year with Avast is £39.99!!!!


Edited by: "rgurney17" 14th Oct 2013

Original Poster

philbean

Oh dear."shop, and socialize online with confidence"Confidence you've … Oh dear."shop, and socialize online with confidence"Confidence you've been ripped off and if you change your mind you'll have a hell of a job getting that awful piece of software off your PC.

Hell of a job because your not computer illiterate?

Original Poster

philbean

Oh dear."shop, and socialize online with confidence"Confidence you've … Oh dear."shop, and socialize online with confidence"Confidence you've been ripped off and if you change your mind you'll have a hell of a job getting that awful piece of software off your PC.

What would you suggest Philbean????

McAfee is a real pain..wouldn't touch it. AVG is very reliable, free version that is. Never bother with all the add ons as waste of money.

rgurney17

They are FREE....but because there limited in what they protect against, … They are FREE....but because there limited in what they protect against, 1 year with Avast is £39.99!!!!



lol saw your other reply to philbean "Hell of a job because your not computer illiterate?"

I hear a pot calling the kettle... enough said

I've used MSE for over 4 years and hardly had an issue - and when I have it was what I was dl'ing

Yes you get what you pay for - bloated software is expensive when free is basic I understand that

Just to add a little meat to my comment - I also use free Malwarebytes when I feel there is something not quite right and MSE couldn't find anything and yes registry hacks but nothing more were picked up

As I said you get what you pay for and if your wallet is fat and your not to sure what you are doing go spend that wonga

If you want stuff you will hardly use but slows your pc down go for this deal

If you know your safe browsing and downloading go for the free

But it's still going to be super chilled in here
Edited by: "philphil61" 14th Oct 2013

McAfee, the new Norton.

Not computer literate in the slightest me. Just work in IT maintaining websites and servers for a living.

Wouldn't normally touch McAfee or Norton with a bargepole, but got McAfee preinstalled on a new Dell laptop recently. Stupidly thought I'd give it a try. As expected awful and really really difficult to completely get rid of (just Google for confirmation).

But what do I know??
Knock yourself out rgurney. £18 for something when the free alternatives are much better.

yep Microsoft security essentials all the way. totally free
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