Adaware, Malwarebites, SuperAntivirus or Norton

  BradBourbon 09:19 26 Mar 2009
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I have always used Norton, more recently Norton 360 with Adaware and Spybot. I have a new PC with Vista and after reading some views on here and CNET, i am wondering which to use. Adaware seems to get some rough reviews. Also would like to know which use the least resource.

  birdface 09:58 26 Mar 2009

If you are happy with Norton keep it,Just search about and find the cheapest price.Nod 32[eset] is supposed to be the best Anti-virus.As for your Anti-Spyware, Adaware and Spybot might not be as good as some of the other freebies about today.3 of the best freebies are Malwarebytes.Superantispyware and A Squared,Any 2 out of those 3 would be better than what you have.
Not sure if there are any conflicts with Norton and Superantispyware so I would probably go for the other 2.

  sunnystaines 10:42 26 Mar 2009

no conflicts with Norton and Superantispyware. I use both. Not keen on adaware.

buteman sums it all up very well.

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