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User Info: Fenz4Ever

3 years ago#1
Looking for one product that is the best at defending all... well, the best. Sick of having three different programs to run to clean up my pc.
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User Info: mrtywer

3 years ago#2
I use MSE + Malwarebytes. Never had any problems, whatsoever. Best anti-virus is don't fishing click on sketchy ass websites.
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User Info: jedinat

3 years ago#3
Fenz4Ever posted...
Sick of having three different programs to run to clean up my pc.

How often do you need to run clean up on your PC, lol...

User Info: ChaosCrono

3 years ago#4
Kaspersky, though it can be a cpu hog if you have an older one. Newer cpu's will be fine.
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User Info: RubMyDucky

3 years ago#5
Microsoft Security Essentials and common sense.
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User Info: PathlessBullet

3 years ago#6
Adblock Plus and Ghostery
ADD, no. Where is the thread for Fallout OCD players?
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User Info: Darth_Kamcio

3 years ago#7
However, don't use Kaspersky if you ever plan on coding anything. Damn thing thinks even a "hello world" is dangerous...
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User Info: jokujokujoku

3 years ago#8

^That site compares various anti-virus software across a variety of categories. Their pick for best of 2013 was Kaspersky.

User Info: temgun

3 years ago#9
MSE/Avast + Adblock + Noscript (if possible) + malwarebytes + common sense


3 years ago#10
When it comes to basic functionality, detection rates in the big tests are pretty similar. So if you make a decision, make so based on the interface and features.

One thing noticeable however, is that MSE is one of the few popular ones that lags behind the rest, yet everyone still uses it.
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