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AVG Antivirus, 2 User 2011, 2 Year Subscription (PC)

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
53 customer reviews

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System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista / 7
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B00422MREO
  • Release Date: 10 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,009 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Product Description

Your business relies on the smooth running of your computers and networks. AVG Anti-Virus 2011 Business Edition offers exceptional real-time protection against the latest online threats, keeping your critical business data safe, your computers and networks running smoothly, and enabling you to focus on your business.

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  • PC CD Rom
  • Customer Reviews

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Macintyre's Speculum on 26 Jan. 2011
    My father has used AVG for ages, and I have installed the free version on numerous occasions myself. Unfortunately, despite the fact that he was fully up to date etc, my father managed to pick up a virus using this software. Persistent little bug is was too. I eventually sorted out for him by performing a low level format and reinstalling everything from scratch. I then installed a different AV product, and scanned his media and USB drives etc. The other product (in this case, NOD32) detected and cleaned the USB sticks. Basically, it was able to detect the virus, and AVG wasn't.

    That's that I'm afraid. I won't be using AVG again, as when it really mattered, it failed, big time.

    ****

    EDIT - 29/04/2011

    Just to clarify one point. My father was using the PAID version of this product. When I say he picked up the virus using this software, I mean the paid version of AVG. He was not using the free version.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DJ Bez on 19 May 2011
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    I have been a massive an of AVG for many years now, telling everyone that would listen to ignore the big boys and get this antivirus program for free. Of course, its understandable that the publishers would want to also advertise the paid-for version, which might very well be of benefit to many users, and I remember one year it was practically given away for free - all you had to do was subscribe to a mailing list and you got the 'paid for' version free or a year.

    But I digress. At some point, AVG ballooned from a 3MB download to an 'installer package' that sucked 150MB from the internet. At the same time, what was once the tightest, gimmick free, and fastest suite on the net became bloated, and slow. Very slow.

    Sadly, many other sites have given 'bargepole' status to this product. I find 2011 the worst version yet, and worse still had a nightmare trying to uninstall - were it not for my above average PC skills, I would still be stuck with a half-installed version now. Lets just say it involved regedit to totally remove. Perhaps in allegorical terms I have mellowed from 'angry activist' to 'neo-con' - but my money is now on Microsoft Security Essentials! The biggest irony is that the team behind AVG were once very much in the same camp.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. G. Chisholm TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 May 2011
    I've used many anti-virus programs over time, Kaspersky being my favourite until two computers experienced the 'Blue Screen of Death,' within a short time of putting Kaspersky onto them. This time with a brand new laptop and a shiny box fresh AVG Internet Security 2011 sitting, ready to go I thought I'd be in easy street.

    Nope.

    Tried to install AVG 2011 from the disc awaiting the 'Quick Install,' to pop up when I inserted the CD. This did not happen - AVG tried to go online instead, which at the time I could not as I wanted to put an anti virus on my 'pooter before I ventured into the big bad world of the WWW. However in the spirit of compliance I connected the cable and allowed AVG to go online. Where I was presented with three install options - 2011 Suite, Anti-virus or Tune Up. I chose 2011 Suite as per my CD and was then directed to a download. Hmmmm. I allowed this to happen but at the end of the download and install it failed miserably with a great long error message that I won't put here as it's too long and boring. It's on plenty of forums however.

    So bit confused I tried the whole process again. And again. Nothing apart from the online download and the error message.

    I've had a look online and there are a plethora of forums shotgunned with disaffected people hacked off with AVG 2011 install or the fact that it doesn't work all that well.

    My issue is that the CD installation did not work and did not follow the instructions that come with the disc. How well it performs as an anti-virus I can't say but one has to be suspicious of a program that won't install properly. If you can't get that bit right how can you expect the program to stop nefarious souls from hitting your data?

    Overall a sad dissapointment and I can't recommend this to anyone on my experience - or to be fair on the many, many others on line who seem to have similar - or worse issues.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Morris TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 3 May 2011
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    AVG 2011 Anti-virus is a quality product for protecting your PC from start to finish. AVG runs silently in your system tray for the most part but has a decent schedule to scan your PC regularly, whilst keeping its own virus database up to date, defragmenting your PC, protecting from malware and even root kits - any one of which you can start at your request and watch the results. At first AVG will find a few problems on your PC, I generally think I keep my system pretty spic & span - C-Cleaning and defragging on a regular basis but AVG finds some of even the most obscure sources of system slow-downs. Once you're done with the initial spring-cleaning you'll feel pretty secure although this pacgkage DOES NOT come with a firewall. For people who need/want a firewall, I recommend AVG Internet Security 2011, 2 Users, 1 Year Subscription (PC) which is essentially exactly the same as this product - but with a firewall - to illustrate how little difference there is between the two products, I've uploaded a shot of both packs side by side - it's the same, word for word aside from the firewall.

    A little about the installation: This lovely-slim jewel-case arrived with the CD and licences all ready to go, although after inserting it into my CD drive, AVG promptly informed me that my free version was already more advanced, directing me to their download site. The 149mb install file download is ridiculously well supported, I was registering download rates of around 4.5mb/s, which if you're not fluent in bandwidth talk, is face-meltingly fast. Anyhow, the install went silkily smooth until the licence number came up.
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