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McLovin

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Pros: Lots of tools to protect privacy.
Fast installation.
Very good webfilter.

Cons: Slow boot time
Virus and malware removal is done by Trend Micro's Housecall, an online system, rather than locally.

Conclusion: Trend Micro leaped forward and took a risk in 2011. It didn't for the 2012 suites, but it didn't have to. Instead, 2012 sees a solid upgrade, with some clever new offerings. What holds back Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security are its benchmarks. The lacklustre threat removal scores don't stand up against the more well-rounded competition, and the abysmal boot-time impact must be improved. If Titanium can polish those areas, then that would be showing some mettle we could really get behind.
Rating: 4 Stars (Very Good)

Overview:
Following on last year's big overhaul, Trend Micro makes a series of smaller changes to this year's Titanium security suites. While we loved the baked-in mobile support, free storage and file encryption, inconsistent benchmarks hold the suites back.





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jamescv7

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This suite is a bit different than others since they don't have their own Firewall. But implemented a feature called "Firewall Booster" to complement through Windows Firewall.
 

McLovin

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BoXX28 said:
I'm not a big fan of Trend Micro now ever since they went for Cloud Technology.
Still it is a good thing companies are starting to move towards Cloud Technology.
 

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Cloud Technology is sort of flawed when a company fully relies on it. Just search the post of Littlebits about Cloud AVs and you'll see why.
 
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