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Anupam

Level 21
Qihoo TS:
1. Very good detection
2. Tight Zero Day protection
3. Multiple engines causes more false positive
4. Little buggy

Avast Free:

1. Light
2. fair detection
3. Very less false positive
4. Very less system impact
 
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vindiesel

Level 7
Hello again and tested it Eset, Avira also and also whether F Secure LOL you.
Now what I say to my Av test if I'm interested because it's a quality product and have confidence in it.

Eset speed very fast navigation, Avira very effective and a very high rate and does not affect detccion inico of Pc, F Secure a little heavy but not too high and very very good detection rate.

Another things "friend" I recommend what I want you do not have to tell me I have to recommend or not ok.
Lol.........Who cares what AVTest says. Try it yourself. That is what really counts. If you have never tried it then you cannot recommend it. Eset only runs 2 processes but yet has a better detection rate at times. Avira free only updates every 24 hours.
 

LABView707

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I posted a pic to mock you. I have tried just about everything out there so I know first hand how they work.
 

Kate_L

Former Member
Avast Free (what I am using)
Dr.Web
ESET
Kaspersky
Microsoft
Symantec
360 Internet Security
 

LABView707

New Member
Kaspersky is not light and never has been. MSE uses a lot of ram also. I would hope that our forum members actually spent time with each of these products before recommending them.
 

LABView707

New Member
I know what the first post was all about. That's why I am saying that F-Secure and Kaspersky are not examples of a light product. When analyzing a product you need to look at over all system performance. Ram useage, CPU usage, I/O counts, system bootup times and browser slow downs.
 

phyniks

Level 6
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I know what the first post was all about. That's why I am saying that F-Secure and Kaspersky are not examples of a light product. When analyzing a product you need to look at over all system performance. Ram useage, CPU usage, I/O counts, system bootup times and browser slow downs.
None of them are free

Nor WSA you d mentioned :cool:
 

LABView707

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Any wise shopper knows how to look for deals. I bought WSA for a mere $5. Eset Antivirus for $15. If that is too much for you then you have isssues. As far as sticking to just free. Only one choice and that is Avast.
 
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