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All-in-One or Multi programs?

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So for the past about 3 or 4 years I've been using these few programs for my internet security:

Spybot search and Destroy
Spyware Blaster
Microsoft Security Essentials
Maleware Bytes ant-maleware

Basically I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for me to maybe use any newer programs or maybe a suite that would be an all-in-one so I wouldn't need to use all these. The only reason I'm asking is because its been years since I've really looked at newer software and since there are so many now I am just confused on what is good or what isn't. Thanks for any help in advance!
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I am only using Microsoft Security Essentials on my main computer, and thus far it has been sufficient.
Every once in awhile I run a Hitman Pro scan, usually it doesn't find anything except some tracking cookies, but occasionally it finds something and is more than capable of removing it.

Apparently, their free licenses for 30-days, never register whether or not you have already registered your address, so you can simply remove the application and install it on demand, it's very lightweight and convenient.
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