I am going to post a couple of free ones that I know and give a brief description of each one. Would anyone else be kind enough to add to the list with their suggestions and maybe and brief description?
http://www.avira.com/en/avira-free-antivirus Pretty good product I use on all of my lab computers if your install it out of the box it enables most things, make sure to setup a weekly scan and daily updates. It doesn’t really slow down your PC. It will catch 94% the stuff. It’s free but the trade of is that every time it gets new versus definitions it will put a small little advertisement on the screen. You just close the window its not too annoying and eventually your will forget that it even come up.
http://security.comcast.net/ Okay if you’re a Comcast (most have their internet) customer then you get their Security Suite for free.
Some one else will have to comment with more recent experience.
Its good but I stopped using the suite maybe back in 2001. Back then it would slow down the average PC and it was a pain to deal with if it broke. PCs are faster now so I am sure it would be fine.
Wow these are great - thanks guys. More for FREEdanlisman wrote:This covers my needs:
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danlisman wrote:This covers my needs:
+1, this is the one I use, and I'm very happy with it.
It has stopped a virus infection for me before I even knew what was happening. And it doesn't slow down my computer at all.
I am using it on all my computers and whenever someone asks, I just give them this link. Very easy. No trouble at all even with not so computer savvy friends.