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OS build or version
1803
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
Update and Security
Allow all automatic updates
User Access Control
Always notify
Firewall and Network protection
Microsoft Defender Firewall is active
User permissions
Administrator account
User account
Malware exposure
Malware samples are downloaded on a Virtual machine
Real-time Malware protection
Avast free + aggressive mode
Periodic scanners
MalwareBytes Free
Zemana Antimalware
Browser and Extensions
Google Chrome Firefox
Privacy tools and VPN
uBlock origin
Avast Browser Security
Password manager
Keepass
Search engine
duckduckgo
Maintenance tools
DriverBooster, CCleaner
Photos and Files backup
DropBox,
Google Drive
File Backup schedule
Once or multiple times per month
Backup and Restore
macrium reflect
Backup schedule
Once or more per month

harlan4096

Moderator
Verified
Staff member
Malware Hunter
You may add OSArmor for a better real-time protection, or directly go to Avast Free + Hardened Mode (Moderate or Aggressive).

For Virus and Malware Removal Tools, You may add ZAM Free and Norton Power Eraser.

Personally I use KeyPass 2.39 + Kee offline in FFQ, I have never tried LastPass so wait the comments about it from others users :)

Thanks for sharing :)
 

Raffaele

Level 2
Thanks!
You may add OSArmor for a better real-time protection, or directly go to Avast Free + Hardened Mode (Moderate or Aggressive).

For Virus and Malware Removal Tools, You may add ZAM Free and Norton Power Eraser.

Personally I use KeyPass 2.39 + Kee offline in FFQ, I have never tried LastPass so wait the comments about it from others users :)

Thanks for sharing :)
Avast Free is better than Avira Free?
 

LDogg

Level 32
Verified
Depends on personal opinion really. Avast is a lot lighter of computer resource usage then Avira. Comes down to what you want I guess.

~LDogg
 

CyberTech

Level 31
Verified

SumTingWong

Level 24
Verified
I don't recommend Norton Power Eraser as an everyday on demand scanner tool because Norton Power Eraser is more aggressive than other on demand scanners that can detect a lot false positives. Only use Norton Power Eraser when you are 100% it is dangerous and not some critical Windows files and services.
 
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