When they say Antivirus is free!

  marie-anna 06:01 28 May 2017
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I would like to know what to look for in the Antivirus is Free, what I mean is when I look for and Antivirus to protect my computer how to make sure that it's 100% free of charge! I have taken ScanGuard it was free to download and me I email the company to ask them if it (ScanGuard) was free they replied that it all depend on how hard it is to fix the problem so then I decided to delete it...this is why I want to know how to make sure I'm making the right decision so I won't have a bad surprise!

  Forum Editor 07:56 03 Jun 2017

"I am talking about corporate licences."

Thank you, now I understand - it might have been an idea to explain that to start with. Your initial post gave a somewhat different impression.

  Burn-it 00:11 04 Jun 2017

In the companies I have worked at, if a virus gets past the Anti-Virus product that is installed

That sounds much like corporations to me, and you try getting away without a corporate licence under those circumstances. Even as a one man company they will not let you use a free AV

  simonjary 08:14 04 Jun 2017

Read PC Advisor's Best Free Antivirus feature for more, particularly how such developers may use your data..

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