Antivirus Review – Which Antivirus Software Should You Use?

Antivirus Review – Which Antivirus Software Should You Use?

If you’re looking for a basic full-featured antivirus program to safeguard your devices and online activities, there aren’t many better options than Avast Free Antivirus. Its malware detection rate is up among the top in our tests, and other features like a password manager and file shredder, as well as tune-up tools are available. However, the system does consume memory and may cause slowdowns when scanning large files or running programs.

The paid versions of Avast are more expensive, but they include some great extras, like parental controls, as well as a great browser extension to help you keep your privacy secure. Cloud storage is also included that can be used to back up files or create an emergency restore point. There’s a wide range of security suites available including the entry-level Antivirus Plus to the flagship Total Security. There’s also a ransomware protection and Sandboxes that can be used to test suspicious apps.

Kaspersky has a different approach to other premium antivirus software, as its products are in essence all variants of the same core software. The main difference is that the more powerful suites include additional features, like a password manager, as well as an integrated VPN. They also include support for more devices, with a basic subscription offering protection for one computer and up to five at the top of the spectrum.

Sophos AV-Home offers good value for money, and the latest version was a success in our testing. It’s not as robust as some of the competitors, but its stripped-down interface is suitable for beginner users. If you’re looking for more functionality, the firm’s home products can be expanded to cover up to 10 devices.

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