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Thanks for the reply. I did look at AV comparatives. I wondered about Kaspersky, I've never heard of that before? I was looking at AVs yesterday evening, saw some comments on Kaspersky, some good, some bad.

I downloaded AVG last night, because Norton cut me off. I may remove that and try microsoft. AVG said it was good for 30 days is all. thanks
 

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should be a free option for AVG

Kaspersky is often pre-installed on PCs , cant remember the manufacturers who use that now

Dell - tend to use Mcafee
HP - Norton
Toshiba - I think use Kaspersky
 

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When I downloaded avg, I did hit the free button. The message said 30 days only. When I went to uninstall avg, a message popped up and said I could use the free version. I just went ahead and uninstalled. Installed microsoft essentials.

I've used AVG in the past, never had any problems. Norton and mcafee both have gimmiks, I don't like that. Their introductory offer is a descent price and then the next year, they double it. Not only that, last years AV won't work anymore, they shut it down. Excuse my French, the hell with them.
 

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This is what you want, I use it all the time kaspersky, 3 licence, 28 bucks, if you dont want this go for nod32

http://www.amazon.com/Kaspersky-Internet-Security-2011-3-User/dp/B003WT1KHS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1299876272&sr=8-1-spell

http://www.amazon.com/Eset-Nod32-Antivirus-V-4-0-User/dp/B0024LZD6Y/ref=sr_1_2?s=software&ie=UTF8&qid=1299876454&sr=1-2

Either way both are excellent software, I dont like avg, I certainly dont like Microsoft Essentials, but then every one is dif
 
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