There's so much security software available these days, many download sites - including our own - can't keep up updating their pages with all new releases. You would have thought that software developers were doing nothing but produce new security software. Indeed, has anyone noticed that just about the only software-based advertising these days, is security related, both within printed and online magazines? Worrying that we're having to rely on security software so much in order to keep our PCs secure.
Some users think to be absolutely secure, they need to install security software from multiple developers. They believe that one security tool might find a virus that another may miss. However, multiple security apps often conflict with each other causing additional problems.
A complete Internet security suite is another choice, offering everything you'll need to secure your PC. Recent releases include Panda Internet Security 2007, BitDefender Internet Security 2007, Kaspersky Internet Security 6 with releases due from McAfee and Norton, shortly. Check them out and let us know which suite you prefer.
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