McAfee Internet Security 1 Year 1 User - £3.99 + Free click and collect at Argos
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McAfee Internet Security 1 Year 1 User - £3.99 + Free click and collect at Argos

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McAfee® Internet Security provides trusted antivirus and identity protection for your PCs, Macs smartphones and tablets so you can browse, bank, and shop safely with all of the essentials like safe web browsing, firewall security, the True Key™ app, the Virus Protection Pledge, and more.

  • Provides protection against: viruses, spyware and trojans and phishing.
  • Award-winning antivirus blocks viruses, malware, ransomware, spyware, unwanted programs, and more on your PC.
  • Anti-spam blocks dangerous messages before they reach your inbox by removing emails that may include risky links and viruses.
  • True Key™ by Intel Security recognizes your face or fingerprint, secures your passwords, and instantly logs you in to your websites and apps across your devices.
  • Parental controls block web sites and search results you don't want your kids to see. Also lets you set limits for how much time they spend online.
  • Trusted antivirus and identity protection for your PCs, Macs, smartphones, and tablets so you can browse, bank and shop safely online.
General information:

  • 1 user licence key.
  • For ages 10 years and over.
  • Software licence activated for 12 months.
Minimum PC system requirements:

  • OS X v10.4.9 or later operating system.
  • Windows 7 or later operating system.
  • 1.4GHz processor speed.
  • 512MB RAM.
  • 500MB available hard disk space.
  • EAN: 731944697727.
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Not worth it even if they paid you. Stick with Win10 antivirus built in or get free malwarebytes.
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Not worth it even if they paid you. Stick with Win10 antivirus built in or get free malwarebytes.
Good value. Heat given.
dont touch even with barge pole.
Shockingly bad ! Wouldn’t have Mcafee again rendered my pc virtually useless soooo slow!
Ya would not use this even if they paid me
same goes for Norton.
Watch the story about John mcafee. It' absolutely insane. Murder mystery drug's and then came back as if nothing happened. Mentle
s3mon7830 m ago

Watch the story about John mcafee. It' absolutely insane. Murder mystery …Watch the story about John mcafee. It' absolutely insane. Murder mystery drug's and then came back as if nothing happened. Mentle


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idroidmaniac2 h, 33 m ago

Not worth it even if they paid you. Stick with Win10 antivirus built in or …Not worth it even if they paid you. Stick with Win10 antivirus built in or get free malwarebytes.


Alongside Malwarebytes - good read here on why. howtogeek.com/225…gh/
s3mon782 h, 32 m ago

Watch the story about John mcafee. It' absolutely insane. Murder mystery …Watch the story about John mcafee. It' absolutely insane. Murder mystery drug's and then came back as if nothing happened. Mentle



and now he fills his days pumping and dumping alt coins lol
s3mon7822 h, 41 m ago

Watch the story about John mcafee. It' absolutely insane. Murder mystery …Watch the story about John mcafee. It' absolutely insane. Murder mystery drug's and then came back as if nothing happened. Mentle



Mcafee is now owned by Intel as far as I know, John has not been involved with the company for years. He's now busy with his Crypto mining ventures.

Even with Intel's backing I wouldn't use Mcafee (though wouldn't go with the poster who recommended just using Malwarebyte either, that should be running alongside a good anti-virus program, not as a alternative.) there are better software packages out there, even for free. Everyone I've known who bought Mcafee has ended up uninstalling within a couple of months and buying another anti-virus program that doesn't frustrate them as much as Mcafee.
Harryisme2 h, 19 m ago

Mcafee is now owned by Intel as far as I know, John has not been involved …Mcafee is now owned by Intel as far as I know, John has not been involved with the company for years. He's now busy with his Crypto mining ventures.Even with Intel's backing I wouldn't use Mcafee (though wouldn't go with the poster who recommended just using Malwarebyte either, that should be running alongside a good anti-virus program, not as a alternative.) there are better software packages out there, even for free. Everyone I've known who bought Mcafee has ended up uninstalling within a couple of months and buying another anti-virus program that doesn't frustrate them as much as Mcafee.


Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't buy McAfee. I wouldn't pay money for any antivirus software, but I don't get the hate for this software. It's running on my laptop, which is a low powered Chinese one, and it's just fine. It doesn't slow down when scanning, or at any time, to be fair. And when it does scan, all is good. Agree about malwarebytes, though. You need it alongside an antivirus program. Preferably one that isn't Windows defender.
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