First of all, don’t fall for the free trial trap. This is when a software is given to you for the first month free. The hope here is that you will get used to it and just keep it in place even if it is an inferior product.
Second, don’t fall for the free online scan trap. This is when another possibly inferior product scans your computer, tells you that you have issues and then over charges you to remove them.
Lastly, don’t search for top 10 antivirus programs. These are paid endorsements by the antivirus software you see reviewed. If you want true results, you need to go to a trusted source like PC Magazine.
The best way to find an antivirus software is to do a side by side comparison. Our top five:
Webroot- voted PC Mag best of the year. It has a small footprint on your computer, because it is cloud based. Two testing labs gave it top ratings. And it earned a perfect score at PC Mag’s malware blocking test. On top of that it only cost $19.99 from the Webroot (You get an even better deal when you buy it along with a total support package and data back up from www.wickedeasyfix.com)
McAfee LiveSafe 2015- Security protection for PC, Mac, Android, iOS, Blackberry and Kindle Fire. If you want to protect everything all-in-one, this is a good choice. Price $79.99
Symantec Norton Security- Security protection for Windows, Mac and Android from one online console. Price $79.99
Bitdefender Total Security 2015- This is a very high functioning total package with every feature you can think of. It may be overkill for most people. Price $69.95
Kaspersky Anti-Virus- Earned great reports from several independent test labs. Another good choice. Price $39.95
As always, call us or chat with us at www.WickedEasyFix.com.
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