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c'mon guys no one has ever tried Malwarebytes Antimalware Real Protection?
    
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Been using Avast! for quite a while now with no complaints, maybe a couple years or so. It doesn't bother me unless it needs too which is almost never. It might just advertise for a paid version whenever you update the program (not the definitions) which is also very infrequent. Finally, It is a lot more lightweight than AVG (at least it used to be last time I checked).
http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download

This. When I was running Windows I used Avast. And it is much much much more lightweight than AVG and imo does just as good if not better.
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I do quite a bit of online shopping and for the last few years I've used nothing but MSE with Malwarebytes and never had any issues.I also use FireFox with ad block plus and no script. The 1st line of defense should always be common sense when browsing/shopping but its good to have a 2nd line of defense just in case.
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c'mon guys no one has ever tried Malwarebytes Antimalware Real Protection?

Its the best, I always have real-time protection running. One time only payment and free lifetime updates. The best malware remover I have ever used.
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If you're running a windows-based PC, you really can't go wrong with MSE. It's basically fire & forget.
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post #26 of 26
For anti-malware I use Avast! and Malewarebytes. Any Windows system used for online shopping or banking should use some time of anti-malware. An ad-blocking program(such as Ad-Block Plus for Firefox) is also a must for security purposes. All the common sense in the world isn't going to protect you against a hacked legitimate site, java or flash exploit, or an advertisement containing malware. Always have some sort of protection even if you think you browse safely.
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