Screenshots from Kaspersky's upcoming all-in-one PC protection suite
The main screen provides a snapshot of all the most important information including a large green light, which turns amber or red if any problems are detected.
This latest version also includes a virtualisation feature allowing users to run any application within a virtual, protected sandbox, separating it from the rest of the system.
The components section is broadly broken down into three categories, namely files, system and online. It lets users delve into each of the features and settings that Kaspersky 2010 offers.
Users can opt for what type of scan they wish to do and can now also check Windows and other popular applications for any known exploits and correct them if possible.
Definition based PC security is only as good as its last update, but should something go wrong users can opt to roll back to an early definition database.
As well as parental controls and the ability to erase any history left on the PC, this latest version allows users to create a bootable rescue disk, which boots the PC into a specialised Linux based system to help find and repair deep Windows infections.
Kaspersky 2010 also includes a virtual keyboard allowing users to more safely enter personal information and sidestep keyloggers.
A variety of reports are also available to show any history of recent unwanted activity ranging from malware through to spam.
There is a wide range of settings for those who want to customise their internet security for specific purposes.
Kaspersky Lab has unveiled the newest version of its internet security suite, aimed at helping individuals and small businesses protect themselves from all the different types of cyber threats around today.