Internet Security Packages

  Molly_Don 11:07 24 Jul 2009

My internet security suite has expired I had McAfee, can anyone recommend the best and easiest to install "Internet Security Suite"

I know the are lots of free ones, but I'm usless with computers, therefore I'm willing to pay for an "Internet Security Suite" I'm just not sure which one to choose.

Thanks in advance

  RobCharles1981 11:12 24 Jul 2009

I always rely on the freebies have a look at this guide curtosy of "Skidzy"

click here

  birdface 11:17 24 Jul 2009

I have just downloaded the AVG Security Suite on a months trial and was impressed with it.
They say Nod32[esset] is the best I suppose look around and see where you can get them the cheapest.I believe Kaspersky is still free if you have a Barclay's account.

  anniesboy 11:22 24 Jul 2009

I use this click here
I know that many rate Kaspersky highly.
Im running three PCs with two people that are not very PC literate and hence happy to with three user license.
Very happy with the regular updates every two or so hours,together with online backup and first rate support on the odd occasion I needed it.
But each to their own.

  mooly 11:29 24 Jul 2009

I always recommend Fsecure Internet Security.
Easy to install, auto updates every time your online, does the job silently.
Check out,
click here

The OEM version ties you to one PC. Some of the others are for a two year license.

  Molly_Don 00:46 25 Jul 2009

Thx for the info

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