Solved SuperAntispyware Free editon Mozilla Opera Chrome Not doing

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January 2, 2018 at 21:57:06
Specs: windows 8, 2.793 GHz / 4 gig
so far I find the best virus scanner is SuperAntispyware Free editon. However for us to use the Real Time Protection they want us to Pay for it. If SuperAntispyware Free editon is finding over 1000 tracking cookies that slow down our pc then why Doesnt Mozilla , Opera, Chrome and all the browsers a feature in that after Leaving a Website that installed a cookie or tracker on our pc to Delete that tracker/cookie automatically after or even after re-boot ?

Im running Avast as a Real time Protection- but also this free Version does Not tell us that a Website will install a Tracker/cookie. its a No-win opportuntity -what do you think ?

As some guys have replied to my other posts - they said - we should use CCLeaner every now and then. I agree - But I think the makers of the Browsers COULD also play a role in their part.
what do you think ?



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January 2, 2018 at 22:54:43
Antivirus software is big bucks business, if the AV developers allowed the browser developers to incorporate the AV in to the browser, what do you think would happen to the profits of the AV developers?

All web browsers are free at the moment, do you really want to start paying for Firefox etc? because that's what would have to happen.

Plus, are you incapable of doing your own PC maintenance & housekeeping?
A mouse-click in CCleaner too much for you?
You want everything done for you?

There is no need to pay for good AV protection. I've been using Comodo for over 15 years - - never been hacked or infected.

I don't share your views at all.

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January 3, 2018 at 09:39:59
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"why Doesnt Mozilla , Opera, Chrome and all the browsers a feature in that after Leaving a Website that installed a cookie or tracker on our pc to Delete that tracker/cookie automatically "

They do. Haven't you ever looked into the settings? All browsers allow you to custom configure the handling of history, temp internet files, cookies, etc. You can also use Incognito mode. Open Chrome & press Ctrl+Shift+N. Here's part of the message that will popup:

"You’ve gone incognito
Pages you view in incognito tabs won’t stick around in your browser’s history, cookie store, or search history after you’ve closed all of your incognito tabs."

Everyone has their favorites when it comes to security software. IMO, SuperAntispyware isn't the best choice for malware protection & I'm not a fan of Avast. There are better choices that offer better protection & are lighter on system resources.


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