Just lol nothing more to add.Out-of-the-box it's awful. It's like a kit car: assembly required and not all the parts fit so you'll have to work around it or supplement it with your own parts. It's also requires far too much user intervention...we already have UAC to play the nagging mother-in-law role and we see how swimmingly that works (in the real world, not theoretical and not in a lab).
No, only evidence found was against Tencent and the other two (Qihoo and Baidu) were only accused but not cleared even though it was specifically announced that there was no evidence of cheating on their part. cf. http://malwaretips.com/threads/av-comparatives-real-world-protection-test-march-–-june-2015.48405/#post-411019
Mass media: where rumour > fact