Top Ten PC Security Software Reviewed
The invasion might be insidious. Your computer might simply slow down and begin giving inconsistent results. It might be more in-your-face. Big advertisements that you can’t get rid of show up on your screen with no way of getting rid of them. Computer viruses come in many different guises. The answer is just as varied in terms of price and results. Here are the top ten PC security software reviewed for combating viruses.
Trend Micro Titanium battles everything that comes at a computer to a stand-still. It won’t bog down your system as it works and it doesn’t need constant updating.
Norton 360 will give you a fast, active defense against all viruses and malware. Norton 360 approaches the task with a number of different tactics.
Panda Antivirus Pro has easy to set controls. It’s stable and works with a number of operating systems and service packs.
ESET NOD32 Antivirus comes in a 32 bit and 64 bit version which is important for using it on Windows 7. It scans faster than most also.
Avira PremiumVersion is ideal for beginners. The interface will do virtually everything without requiring any input from the user.
ZoneAlarm Extreme Security is the easiest to setup of the software tested. The configuration wizard does an excellent job of guiding the user through the setup process.
Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus is the most easily accessible software tested. The essential functions are all on the control panel.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus takes up less of your computer space that other software. Installation is easy and the user interface is friendly.
BullGuard Antivirus does an effective job in phishing protection and uses very little memory during scans.
G Data Antivirus got the VB100 award from Virus Bulletin. It uses very few resources and runs two independent virus scanning engines.
So there you have it, our Top Ten PC Security Software Reviewed!