AVG is a top choice for cyberthreat security. It has a great feature suite, excellent scores for malware protection, and a decent cost. It also had some negative aspects, like being heavy on the system resources, and some false positives.
The interface of AVG is clear and straightforward. Its dashboard lets you know whether your PC is secured and lets you run a manual scanner from its menu. The settings allow you to customize scans and notifications as well as white- or black-list apps, and configure what information AVG shares with its parent company. AVG comes with several extra tools, including shredders for your files and an option of no disturbance that stops you from being interrupted while playing games or watching movies.
Security features include a password manager as well as firewall. It also has an antivirus scanner. Its protection against ransomware and phishing is nearly perfect and its Enhanced Firewall has additional functionality like data leak protection and ARM Spoofing alerts. The firewall is extremely robust for public networks because it makes use of machine learning to determine what is normal and what’s not and can then adapt automatically.
AVG’s support options include a forum online community helpline, and a comprehensive knowledge base. You can also reach its customer service via email or through a chat option on the site. The free version doesn’t have annoying upgrade prompts however you will be forced to navigate through pop-up ads when using the program.
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