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  1. fizzer

    fizzer Member

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    Hey plz tell my which antivirus to use .....my computer configuration is:

    40 gb hard disk

    512 ram
    2.4
    plz tell me any less consuming space antivirus
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    Nod32 from Eset is the best by a long way imo, it also uses alot less of your system resources than most other AV's
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    Totally agreed. Given your computer's configuration, you may also consider a different product of ESET i.e. Smart Security. It also includes firewall (better than Windows'), so you can disable Windows Firewall once you install it.
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    thnx for suggesting me,,,,,,:p
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    esnet nod 32 works fine for me
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    For anti-spyware and anti-malware I use the Malware Bytes and for virus protection I have got the Microsoft Security Essentials.
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    Mine's Avira but the usual update could affect the limited space in your hard drive. So I also suggest Nod32
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    I agree to this. If you are not very familiar with anti-virus software, Microsoft Security Essentials are the best for non-advance users. But if you enough knowledge in computers, I suggest that you get Kaspersky Internet Security its a complete security software.
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    you can use Avasta or Mcafee for the configuration specified.
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    I've installed avast, freeware :)
    Somebody suggested me avast and as of now I'm happy with it.
    So, what is your opinion on this anti-virus ?
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    all the anti virus are best if you purchase it as a legal owner as your own copy and if you do regular updates as well , only then the antivirus can provide you a better solution
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    Nod3,I highly recommend this!!
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    Not all :p
    If you buy any antivirus whit standardized then you can be in trouble..
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    i think panda and avira anti virus's is the best opyion
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    avira is the best and it is compact one it less consume the space u can try it.
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    Bitdefender is the best antivirus software..only drawback in that software is .it will suck whole memory of your system..and my next choice is NOD32 lightweight and very powerfull in scanning .!
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    For this specification I suggest for you Avira or NOD32 because it is system friendly scanning option.
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    norton is the best for me and i am using it.
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    I think you should go for the Avira. It is very low in the memory and quite faster yet effective than others.
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    Use Net protecter. I am using it and quite satisfied with it.

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