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Post by Mojo on Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:33 pm

Probably the single most important thing to have with any computer is a good anti-virus program.  There are paid and free versions out there and each has it's strengths and weaknesses. 

With a paid bundle, you often get anti-virus, malware protection, and firewall all rolled into one.  With the free anti-virus, you basically only get anti-virus protection.

For paid anti-virus, I recommend:

Norton Internet Security ([You must be registered and logged in to see this link.])  It integrates anti-virus, malware cleaning, and a good firewall in one package.  While most paid solutions offer that, Norton excels by not hogging all of your resources thus making everything run faster and less likely to interfere with day to day activities. 
Other good paid services include:

Panda Cloud Anti-Virus Pro ([You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]) which uses a combination of traditional anti-virus methods and cloud computing to further ensure your safety.

Bit Defender ([You must be registered and logged in to see this link.])  They use an incremental scanning technique that scans during low use times to reduce scan times.
There are a ton more that do basically the same thing, each with their pluses and minuses.  The main thing is to do research from multiple reputed sites and determine what works best for you.  All of these (and most others too) have a free trial to let you check out their features before purchasing.
What paid anti-virus systems are you using?  Tell us what you like and dislike about it.

These are not the only ones out there, so do your homework before purchasing. 

Anybody out there recommend something else?  Feel free to post your favorite paid anti-virus suite in the section below.

Disclaimer:  I'm not paid in any way or form by any antivirus company.  My recommendations are for products I have personally purchased and used and are MY recommendations only.
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