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Kaspersky or BitDefender? Or something else?

Discussion in 'General Security' started by Aggy, Apr 5, 2010.

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  1. Aggy

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    I am looking at Kaspersky or BitDefender and want opinions from those of you who use them:

    I need a "user friendly" interface. I don't mean simplistic in the sense of limited ability to tweak, I mean easily navigable. I don't want to have to open six different boxes to figure out how to schedule scans, for example.

    I want a supportive website with a searchable malware database with complete descriptions.

    I will pay more for AV that does a better job of protecting.

    I used to have Symantec Corporate Edition and liked it, but no longer have access to it. I am not happy with my current freeware (Avast).
     
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    Dear Aggy,
    Mumbodog got it right and it's nice that you have chosen KIS2010! The main reason, i am posting this is to tell you folks, that if/when you visit the BITDEFENDER website "the total security suite" has got a very handy tool "TO REMOVE ALL UNNECESSARY REGISTRY ENTRIES"(SORRY FOR THE BOLD TYPE)! It is so idiotic and beats one's imagination as to whether B-D knows what they are doing! Beats me!:mad::mad:(n)
     
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