I've been using both and agree that OS Armor is much more install and forget compared to NVT ERP 4. With that said, they have be adding more features to NVT ERP 4 such as trusted vendors, allow signed processes, etc... so to me, its becoming more and more user friendly by comparison. Since using NVT ERP 4 I've only had to deal with 2 pop ups using default settings and I have been running it for about a week or so. There's also the learning mode that users can use in NVT ERP if needed as well, which they can turn off after a period of time.
OSArmor, hands-down winner in usability. More experience is required to use ERP 4.
Yes, if this is how you use your computer, WD will prove more than sufficient.My Habits are to read each and every install, Only install what needed or use the most these days, usually visit the same sites--malwaretips, some other PC tech sites, local news, local news paper at times, ublock origin adblocker in place on Edge and Chrome (Edge used 90 percent of the time, Chrome 10 percent).
Weekly scans with Malwarebytes
Always using standard user account for day to day activites (With Microsoft account)
Local Admin account for admin tasks
Thinks maybe safe enough if I choose to use WD it seems to me
I used NVT OSArmor for about a month, before uninstalling. I do however have SysHardener installed.OSArmor, hands-down winner in usability. More experience is required to use ERP 4.
VoodooShield easier than either of them. All 3 together = definite overlap & overkill!