ERP 3 has a free beta version that is better than the paid version, and is very stable. But don't use it if you are on Windows 10.
Windows users don't need lot of security, most average joe i know just use built-in security.Windows users need lots of security because of how useless they are. I only use Windows because Apple does not have a touch-screen laptop, but I use whatever came on my Windows laptop. So far nothing bad has happened.
Actually, I have discovered that "Low Restricted" is more restricted than it appears at first glance. For instance, I have a certain app called TogglDesktop that runs from the Appdata directory. Kaspersky trusts it. But if you move it to Low Restricted, it is denied automatic network access, even if you enable "Perform recommended actions automatically." AFAIK this is not stated in the rules of Low Restricted. It seems to be an under-the-hood restriction, and a very smart one at that.Low Restricted is definitely not good enough. The "Low Restricted" rating allows installation of programs and most normal operations, without prompting the user, unless Interactive mode has been enabled.
It is indeed important, but nowadays malware is very good at hiding. People simply don't know that their PC was infected. So by the time you realize you need to restore a backup, it might be too late.Its seems to me lately that my most important security feature, is my back up program
Let's assume the user does not use another program to encrypt the files before sync/upload. How well do you think a File Sync client software such as Microsoft OneDrive will protect it's user?It is indeed important, but nowadays malware is very good at hiding. People simply don't know that their PC was infected. So by the time you realize you need to restore a backup, it might be too late.
It is ideal to have both cloud backup and local offline backup. One of them might disappoint in certain situations, but the other will usually get it right.