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Virus removal??

by on March 30, 2011

Concern by Momma Jette: Virus removal??
What is the best totally free virus removal plan? I’ve tried 3 various ones these previous couple of days and some of them select nothing at all up at all, the other folks choose TONS of issues up and I know they’re there. Which is the finest free of charge a single to use??

Best response:

Response by yayie
get AVG antivirus, its free
you can also try avast which is good also.

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ilan March 30, 2011 at 12:38 am

Give ThreatFire a shot; I just discovered it last week and it’s been doing wonders; been installing it on every machine at work.

malware_expert March 30, 2011 at 1:14 am

try SpyBot
it’s free. also try AVG (free edition)
Good luck!

heebus_jeebus March 30, 2011 at 1:57 am

I recommend either Avira AntiVir or Avast Home Edition.
Avira has slightly better detection rates, but Avast scans your email and can be scheduled to do a boot-time scan, which Avira can’t do either. Also Avira has always given *me* automatic update problems. So I use and recommend Avast; but if you choose Avira, keep an eye on its update logs to be sure it is updating properly.

Avira AntiVir PE Classic:
Avast 4 Home Edition:

superdeija March 30, 2011 at 2:50 am


I use a combination of AVG(Free edition), Spybot S&D, and ZoneAlarm Firewall. All are free and reputable.

Online: – An online virus scan – An online spyware scan that usually catches things that spybot has missed.

DexterZ March 30, 2011 at 3:06 am

Well if you want a free one then your options would be AVG or Avast.

I am using Kaspersky for the last year and the half and its been doing wonders for me.I would also recommend Mcafee ,Kaspersky or Bit defender.Norton and Bit Defender are heavy on system resources.
Kaspersky takes around 15 to 24MB of RAM only.
So go for Kaspersky

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