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Originally Posted by BigJeebz View Post
Alright thanks for the responses! I'll have to play around with mse and panda and figure out which one I prefer.

Regarding Ad-Aware pro... I was reading this article from pcmag.com (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2372369,00.asp) and they ranked it as one of the best protection programs of 2011, thoughts? I currently use Mbytes on my desktop and it seems to work well. Is there much difference between AA and Mbytes or is it more of a personal preference?
http://www.lavasoft.com/download_and...ison_chart.php

According to the comparison chart, all Ad-aware contains the antivirus component, so it might conflict with your existing antivirus.
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