Advanced Micro Devices, AVG Technologies, a developer of popular free anti-virus software, and Digital Delivery Networks (DDNi), a PC ecosystem company, recently announced an agreement under which AMD boxed processors (also known as processor-in-a-box or PIB) will include a paid subscription of AVG anti-virus software.
Customers in English speaking countries who purchase an AMD PIB product will receive a free premium six-month license of AVG anti-virus with AVG Online Shield designed to enable safe downloading or online chatting, which costs $35 for a twelve months subscription. AVG will work together with DDNi)to include a mini-CD preloaded with a free premium six-month license of AVG Anti-Virus for distribution with each AMD PIB product.
I wasn't aware this was 1998 and we were all still using AIM!
I will admit that AVG isn't all that bad, but it's such a fatty when it comes to resources.
I would have gone with the sleeker MSE suite....