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This review is from: AVG Internet Security 2012, 4 PC, 2 Year License (PC) (CD-ROM)
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)This is a superb anti virus protection package.
It acts quickly and doesn't bog down, or even grind to a halt in some cases, your computer.
It has very easy to understand navigation pages and eye pleasing graphics and ensures real time treat protection with a virtually invisible footprint and nearly zero resource usage.
It does not interrupt other programmes with popups, doesn't weigh down your system with unnecessary add-ons and background activity and destroys threats quickly and quietly as you work, you will hardly notice that it's doing it's job.
It does all the usual stuff one would expect such as figting the war against viruses, trojans, worms, rootkits, polymorphic and information attacks.
It keeps out spywear, password and indentity theft attempts. It neutralises tracking softwear, botnets, keyloggers, adwear and backdoors.
It even provides first rate protection against crimewear, ransomewear, scarewear and scumwear all designed to embezzle you out of your money, well this product hammers them all.
I am massively impressed by this anti virus kit and it nocks others such as Norton and MacAfee etc into oblivion. I have a feeling that I won't be using anything else but this for quite a while yet.
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Initial post: 19 Jun 2012 18:22:09 BDT
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Posted on 19 Jun 2012 18:24:36 BDT
Mr. M. A. Johnson says:
Seriously, were you paid to write this? This is not a review but an advertisement. How would you even know it does all the stuff you claim it has done? Oh, look, I see you just wrote almost the exact same review for Avira anti-virus. So which is best then?
Posted on 8 Aug 2012 09:53:49 BDT
@Scott. I agree with you. I've been using AVG IS since the 2011 version was available. Do you run it on more than one computer? If so, how, please? I've got a new lappy coming in a few days and want the tightest security I can get on it!
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Sep 2012 17:35:05 BDT
Last edited by the author on 25 Sep 2012 17:35:29 BDT
The review gets the point across doesn't it Mr. Johnson and I'll thank you to mind your own damn business how I write my reviews. If it's similar to another review it's because it's a very similar product and does basically the same functions. Not that I have to explain myself to you but I know it does the stuff I claim because I went to lengths to check it out, even a simple minded moron would be able to figure that one out for themselves. You didn't which says a lot.
As for which is best, buy them both, check it out and see for yourself. That should be fairly obvious too.
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