McAfee is still worst! I currently owns a d licence for it but I don't use it!Back in the days, McAfee was the worst for me, due to its high RAM/CPU usage, sluggish interface, Internet Explorer addon was also a trouble, their "please buy more" pop-ups and of course the nightmare malware removal/uninstallation process.. Never again. Currently happy as a long-time Comodo user
p.s : But I was truly in love with Avast! version 4, with its gory alert sound.
Lots of other avs arent tested... also he uses 2018 version?if you look in the malware samples of @harlan4096 's tests, you can find it to be the best of all.
maybe only Symantec's Endpoint solution did better/similar to Kaspersky when it was being tested by an other user. Too bad Symantec Endpoint and Norton is being developed by two different groups even though they're technically the same company.
On paper yes. But in real life? It isnt suited for me.2017 is the same/similar to 2018 in terms of modules. maybe a bit less resource hogging.
sure there aren't, but name one significant one that is better on paper than Kaspersky.
I disagree. ESET was the best during 2009-2012. Smooth and great protection. Only signatures are not that strong these days.Still not a resource hog compared to AVG/Avira.Probably my worse is shockingly ESET. It was a giant resource hog, ever since the incident been sticking with Avast. Iobit and Mcaffe are pretty up their though...
Strange, Eset products are assembly code based and for this, quite light on resources and I can confirm that due to my (limited) experience with Eset.Probably my worse is shockingly ESET. It was a giant resource hog, ever since the incident been sticking with Avast. Iobit and Mcaffe are pretty up their though...