Morvotron

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Yes!

Lol kidding no, don't. Aforementioned, BitDefender has a high impact on the system, and besides, it offers enough good protection. You can still use free version of MalwareBytes as an on-demand scanner. Maybe combine it with MalwareBytes AntiExploit.
 
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Lukajlo

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I can not decide between BitDefender IS 2016 and MalwareBytes Pro. Can somenone help me?
 

_CyberGhosT_

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Aura

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As stated above, Bitdefender is an Antivirus (IS is an Internet Security suite) and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is an Antimalware. If you want to go with both, in that situation, assuming you don't have another Antivirus and Firewall installed, you could.
 

Aura

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A good setup should have at least an Antivirus, Antimalware and Firewall. Bitdefender Internet Security will be your Antivirus and Firewall, while Malwarebytes will be your Antivirus. If you don't want to buy it (even though it really is worth buying), the free version can be used as well.
 

CMLew

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Bitdefender IS 2016 is more than enough to cover a typical home-user.

Better take some time to learn how Bitdefender IS works and learn to tweak some settings to make it even better. Rather than adding more and more software and hog up your resources and performance.
 

jamescv7

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No need to choose, MBAM Pro holds to detect minimal threats that are based on latest attacks; compare to Bitdefender as a full built AV that can detect wide variety of threats.
 
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