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I like Avast!
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I'm big on Avast but AV is a preference thing
    
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Just curious, I use Avast Pro, how would this compare to MSE?
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Originally Posted by LOL_Wut_Axel View Post
Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE). It has very good virus detection and is very unobtrusive. I never notice it's running.
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this
I thought there was something posted in the news section about how MSE was the worst out of a bunch that a website tested? Either this week or last week.

I cant find it in the news section, but maybe it was this?
Edited by joemaniaci - 5/14/11 at 12:08am
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Just curious, I use Avast Pro, how would this compare to MSE?
Stick with what you're using if it works for you. You could even downgrade to the free version!
All respectable anti-viruses are essentially the same, the only thing that matters is how intrusive they are. The free version of Avast only bugs me once a year to "renew my subscription."
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I thought there was something posted in the news section about how MSE was the worst out of a bunch that a website tested? Either this week or last week.
The article was BS and sensationalism, mostly.
    
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Another vote for MSE, a very good unintrusive AV.

That's the sort i like. Sick of some of them they take over your computer can never do anything with out something popping up saying allow not allow
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Originally Posted by joemaniaci View Post
I thought there was something posted in the news section about how MSE was the worst out of a bunch that a website tested? Either this week or last week.

I cant find it in the news section, but maybe it was this?
Kinda have to look at the source, and take what you read with a grain of salt.
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I use avast. Ive also used avg free and comodo in the past which have worked well for the most part.
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