Challenging How Probably for you.This was a challenging question to consider
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"Which one is thwarting infections more efficiently?")
It has been clearly stated tracking down data & cookies. Privacy is the parameter of trust. Do you get it ?Nowadays, companies are trackin' down data like eating cookies (do you get it?)
No offence but try to Keep It Short & Simple. Why type a paragraph when the answer is just 1 sentence ?This was a challenging question to consider. I use Avast! on one Windows lap top with 8.1, and we have ESET NOD on the other with 7. Although I hadn't thought about which could be the most trustworthy (most times I contemplate "Which one is thwarting infections more efficiently?" instead) I'd therefore taken an educated guess by marking *ESET, with better than Las Vegas odds (I think..).
Is this the antivirus you trust ? Or are you straying off topic?View attachment 38181
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