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For home use, I would first choose Avast or Avira ( I haven’t tried Avira 9 yet) before AVG 8.5 Free or PC Tools 6.0. I find both the latter slow the PCs more noticeably.
For free Commercial use, I think PCTAV 6.0 has a better AV component than Comodo’s, and it bothers the user less. Comodo AV doesn’t do too much but it also doesn’t tax system resources very much while doing it.
PC Tools Antivirus standalone is not fantastic (it is free though), but their Spyware Doctor is very good. I have heard that AV-Comparatives may by testing the combined Spyware Doctor with Antivirus, which should be pretty good
Well, some people who used PC Tools Antivirus told me that it’s not fantastic, but it’s not bad.
I have used PC Tools freeware for about four years now and found iy
consistently reliable. It is frequently recommended in UK Computer mags.
I was using the PC Tools suite for a while, figuring that when they added anti-virus capability to SpywareDoctor that had to be a good combination.
The FREE version SUCKS, but the payed version ROCKS..
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