AVG Internet Security is the mid-range security suite from AVAST since they took over AVG.

What the security aims to achieve is blend the best technologies from each company. 

The new release gets real-time protection against zero-day malware via "CyberCapture, the company’s proprietary, cloud-based smart file scanner."

An online shield blocks access to malicious links and websites.

You're now able to install and run AVG Internet Security alongside other security products. The program automatically installs using a new "Passive Mode" to avoid any conflicts or issues. 

A new Secure DNS feature verifies a website's address using secure DNS servers to prevent redirections to fake sites.

The program still offers all the regular malware detection and blocking features of previous editions, and a revamped interface makes it easier to explore and use.

The new "Software Updater" tool will check for new updates to installed software and will either recommend you upgrade or will download and install automatically, in the background.

It's worth noting that AVG Internet Security includes an "unlimited" licence when you purchase the commercial version. This enables you to install and activate any device you own, including Mac and Android devices.

What's new in 20.1?

- Browser extensions - Improve your browsing with our latest extensions (just open Menu > Browser extensions)
- Fewer popups - If you already have Avast Cleanup Premium, you’ll no longer see offers for it (sorry about that!)
- Improved statuses - The status messages you see on the main screen are now easier to understand
- Fixed Rescue Disk - You can now use Rescue Disk again to restore your PC from advanced attacks
- Other bug fixes - We’ve stomped dozens of other bugs to keep everything running smoothly

Verdict

The new AVG Internet Security has some welcome new features and we'll be interested to see how (or if) they translate into improved protection.