best antispyware program as of 2010

September 16, 2010 at 14:27:30
Specs: Windows 7 32bit, intel core 2 duo 3Ghz. 3Gb ram
hello all. i'm new here but i just have one question.

I see alot of antispyware programs for sale these days and am not sure about which ones would be the best to use for windows 7 32bit.

if you can advise me on which antispyware program that would be the best to use for this operating system, that would be appreciated. thanks in advance.

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September 17, 2010 at 04:26:47
dont buy an antispyware or antivirus they wont keep you safe from all malware.if you are using the internet constantly i really suggest you use an internet security which protects the computer from all kinds of malware.and dont buy anything from norton its performance is poor.mcafee and kaspersky are the best brands
if you want to download antispyware avg antispyware is good

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September 17, 2010 at 04:56:54
AVG Free provides the bare necessities when it comes to security, but that should be enough for savvy Windows users. You'll get a combined antivirus and antimalware engine, LinkScanner, and e-mail scanning. AVG Free 9 introduces a few new features, with improvements focused on performance, including claims of faster scan and boot times.

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September 17, 2010 at 14:39:53
thanks for the replies. but i have used avg before and didn't find it at all good. it couldn't remove some viruses that i got. i have being using kaspersky internet security 30 day trial it seems ok plus i like the antibanner which removes adds but it's malware detector is not great.

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September 17, 2010 at 15:31:45
There are other free AV programs, such as "Microsoft Security Essentials" and "Avast". Both are quite adequate unless you are an unsafe browser.

It's worth having MalwareBytes on board (to scan when you suspect an issue). This can often find what AV's miss.

Another one, which uses no resources and does not run in the background, is SpywareBlaster. This puts kill bits in the registry to protect you from known nasties. It only runs briefly when you update it about once a forthnight.

Don't have more than one program running in real-time as they could conflict. Best let just your AV do this.

Ms Hulot's boat

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