There are a wide number of threats you’ll encounter online, from the moment you first start browsing the web, read your email or download files; your computer is susceptible to infection. Your first port of call would be an anti-virus application, but which one do you choose to protect your system? How do you know which one is more suited to you? A useful way of finding out would be to try a free or basic version of a chosen anti-virus application. This way you can find one most suited to your individual needs.
AVG Anti-Spyware Free Edition 7.5 Is a basic version of AVG’s popular Anti-Spyware. It provides free protection from malicious software, and being free it’s a useful way of testing the software before you purchase. Remember to manually check for definition updates, though.
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