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I have used AVG and Avast free for years. I have AVG currently installed on my desktop. I have not had any problems. No viruses or malware. AVG is better than Avast when it comes to detection rates and malware removal. However it needs to improve its interface. Avast is better when it comes to interface and tech support. (yes Avast has tech support for free users)
Other than that I love AVG. One of its best features is that it scans resource-wise. (Meaning that if you are using your computer it will decrease its ram usage)
Trust me, nobody can find a better free antivirus program on the internet. When I checked its rating on ... I was suprised to see it with the highest scanning speed even compared to Norton and Kaspersky. It also surpassed every antivirus product in the market in detection rates except GData and Trustport. It may show many fake positives but it is better to be overprotected than not protected at all. I suggest you use it with MSE for guarantee to be sure you are clean. You can not go wrong with Avast! End the reign of Norton and other bloatware.
I run MSE with Kaspersky internet security and I have had no problems. I have MSE installed on 3 computers and on my labtop it found 2 trojans. MSE is a lightweight program which is known for its good on demand scans. However it's realtime protection is not as good so I would recommend using this program as backup just checking if your main security program missed something. If you don't want to spend money use avast with it but if you have cash to spare get a Kaspersky license.(Both programs don't hog memory.)
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