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Posted by / 05-Feb-2018 04:38

They have their own engine and were a damn good AV, dumped them for AVP (Kaspersky) when that came out.

Haven't seen it or heard much about them in recent times, might download a copy and have a look, it used to run lean and mean but as I said that was all a long time ago.

I get why people are upgrading to windows 10 but judging from all the frustration I see from many people having painful experiences with the updates screwing things up, I want to stay with windows 7 until windows 10 has fully matured into the OS it should be. PS – I won't use Trend Micro again, as it has been unable to do a full scan since I got it earlier this year.

It stalls and affects the devices – even though it claims it doesn't. Nor would I use Norton at this stage, as it gave an older computer a virus, after claiming it was up to date, and I promptly returned it.

(multiple engines, cloud only) it is designed as a companion AV and nil issues with Win10.

Have a look around some of the freebie sites, there is a promo for a 12 month premium licence floating around. First attempt results in an immediate fail with no Internet.

Nevertheless, it would be better to install F-Prot Antivirus than to try to survive on the security that comes native with Windows.

However I'm looking at getting a complimenting AV what do people suggests plays best with Windows 10 and is close to best in class in terms of threat detection?The link for the thread is in the note at the top of this page.Additionally, the Anti-virus for SME thread can be used for discussion regarding SME (Small/Medium Enterprise/Business) environments.Useful Links: Please use the Virus Removal Help thread if you need assistance in removing a virus.That thread also contains basic virus removal instructions.

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Scan again and it just sits there trying to connect. Depending on your protection requirements, you might want to enable scanning browser add-ons/extensions and go through a "tuning" exercise to exclude the extensions that are valid. Naturally, this means that you know what you're doing. I use Avira (free version), Malwarebytes (free version) and Windows firewall for my anti-virus, malware and firewall software protection.