auslogics antivirus

  markcomp 17:28 20 May 2010

Any comments out there on this product - very little "genuine" comment on the web?
Seems good as does not slow PC too much.
Otherwise which anti virus, got fed up with ZA after 5 years and Norton seems very hungry.

  ronalddonald 19:15 20 May 2010

why not try the free stuff from click here

its all free rather than paying for something

  birdface 11:22 21 May 2010

Not sure if they have this right or not.

500 MB available hard disk space
256 MB RAM

On PCA it says it only needs.

16 MB RAM, 10 MB HDD

Like ronalddonald says why not stick with the free ones.
My thoughts are any free Anti-Virus and 1 pay for Anti-Malware-Spyware program that should stop any unwanted downloads when browsing.
Fed up saying it but there is no 1 Security Suite that will keep your computer safe.
Hence the need for a good Anti-Malware program.

  spuds 19:45 21 May 2010

I have used and tested a number of Auslogics products, and to be fair I am still not sure!.

At present I am testing Auslogics BootSpeed.

As already been stated, why buy when you can use for free, products that come highly recommended.

  onthelimit 08:59 25 May 2010

MSE seems particularly good in that it is unobtrusive and has little effect on performance.

  mwy1024 09:34 28 May 2010

Norton okay, at least Kaspersky good.

click here

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