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    which is best antivirus for pc ?

    Hello every one,
    my pc is fully virused. i have free avg antivirus but not clear that problem. so what i cure for this problem. plzzz give me a solution..

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    I wouldn't rate AVG that highly these days, I've known too many people who got viruses because AVG wasn't quick enough. We use ESET and Avast.

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    I use Microsoft Security Essential it's a very good antivirus..

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    One word, Kaspersky.

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    i think kaspersky is the best one.

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    As far as I know and researched on various websites I suggest you Avast, it is very good for protection as well as on loading level. I have experienced that AVG and McAfee is taking very load while computer is running. Processing consumption is very high of it.

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    Kaspersky
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    There are 100s of Antivirus are available in the market. I have experience of using 4 antivirus programs. Mictrosoft Security, Kaspersky, AVG. and AVast. I foung Kaspersky is better then others.

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    I use the free from Microsoft, Microsoft Security Essentials, it has real time protection - then I also have others which are just scanners (without real time protection) like Malware anti bytes and also MRT (which comes with Windows Update) - I have all I use listed here: http://www.deletespyware-adware.com

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    First of all, format your system then use any good anti virus software for better works.

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    I have an opensource antivirus called clamwin on my windows 7 notebook.

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    I like AVAST for my PC.if you use avast then your PC is run fast,but another antivirus is more slow for your PC. but your PC have a best configuration then you can use kasparskey.


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