#1
I'm going to make a long story short; After numerous system backups and reboots, my Norton AntiVirus was ****ed up for good. Not only that, but I lost my product key and now I can't reinstall it without paying another $60.

So, is AVG a decent solution (since I already have Windows Firewall and Defender)?
#3
AVG is probably the best free anti-virus. Nod32 is supposed to be really good. However, if you know what you are doing, you probably don't need an anti-virus.
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#5
Quote by sk8boardbob2
AVG is probably the best free anti-virus. Nod32 is supposed to be really good. However, if you know what you are doing, you probably don't need an anti-virus.


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Seriously, Anti-Viruses are for people who open all attachments in e-mails, and dowload those "free anti viruses because their system might be infected" according to the banner at the top of their screen.

I have AVG 8.0, and it's good.

Oh, use it to scan torrents before opening.
#7
Quote by Thornography

Oh, use it to scan torrents before opening.


Since when can AVG scan a torrent file to find out if the files inside are safe? I think it can do zips and rars but thats it.
1992 Ibanez S540 sol
1988? Kramer Pacer Mutt
#8
Quote by sk8boardbob2
Since when can AVG scan a torrent file to find out if the files inside are safe? I think it can do zips and rars but thats it.


Well just scan the unzipped folder before executing anything.