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    I've been using Bitdefender for a few years now and I'm loving it. Even better than Kaspersky that I used to love also.

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    Default I'm no expert, but....

    I worked for one. Avast Home Edition is free and it can be just 'okay' as downloaded and installed. It can be great if you know who to tweak the settings. I have used Avast the last 10 years. It only ever had one glitch and it was fixed in less than 24 hours.

    The only paid for version we ever would suggest is NOD32. All of the other brands, again, if you know how to tweak the settings you can improve things.

    I run Avast with Spybot (the older version and tweaked) set up to auto scan while I sleep.
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    Default Antivirus

    My best bet would be on bit defender, kaspersky & quick heal. Have used these three over the years & they are all good. Norton is crap as is Comodo

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    Hello,

    Quote Originally Posted by qqamresh View Post
    My best bet would be on bit defender, kaspersky & quick heal. Have used these three over the years & they are all good. Norton is crap as is Comodo
    This topic was started a long time ago, 2006, as we now have an AV available in paid versions of Spybot and all anti-virus software goes through changes the thread is closed.

    Please see: Spybot Anti-Spyware Partners with Bitdefender to Create Spybot +AV

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