Alternative to AVG Antispyware

  trisha01 07:21 18 Jan 2007
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Being using the free AVG Antispyware but the trial has finished today. It's been good and has stopped a few 'visitors' before they've had chance to take hold. Does anyone use a good antispyware that has real time scanning that's both free and doesn't slow up the computer? thanks

  GANDALF <|:-)> 07:36 18 Jan 2007

There is another free version available....click here

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  Taff™ 07:38 18 Jan 2007

Windows Defender click here

  Andsome 08:01 18 Jan 2007

I have so far only heard of one person who claims that Windows defender has ever found anything. The general opinion on another forum that I use regularly is that it is next to useless. I scanned with A squared and found four Trojans and four tracking cookies. I left them on the computer and scanned with SUPERAntiSpyware and found the same four. Leaving them on yet again, I tried Windows defender and it found ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. I would recommend click here and click here Make sure that you download the FREE versions.

  cocteau48 08:40 18 Jan 2007

I would recommend Spyware Terminator:
click here
been using it for months with no problems at all.

  trisha01 22:45 18 Jan 2007

I've downloaded the Spyware Terminator - thought I'd give it a go. One question though - can I use the Clam Integrated Virus as well as running AVG Anti Virus?

  skidzy 22:47 18 Jan 2007

Only use one antivirus,if more than one...you will create conflicts on your system.

  [email protected] 23:13 18 Jan 2007
  Input Overload 00:47 19 Jan 2007

I also have been using Spyware Terminator for some time, it offers background protection & it's free. I have had no problems & it's been stable on my system.

  trisha01 07:26 19 Jan 2007

Right thanks didn't think I could use the Clam anti virus as well so I didn't enable it. See how we go with Spyware Terminator.

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