Viruses can do anything from the theft of the space on your hard disk to accessing your private information and draining your CPU. There are numerous anti-virus programs on the market to protect your devices from such issues. It is important to choose an antivirus that has a minimal impact on the system performance. This is a key factor that all of our antivirus programs are tested against. The results below are based on the amount of time it takes each program to complete an operation. Kaspersky Security Cloud Free, for instance has a background effect of only 6% when running a full scan, while ESET had an impact of 12%.

Avira is a German-based company. Avira is well-established in our tests and consistently performs above 90% in all three categories – Protection, Performance and Usability (False Positives). Its user interface offers a wide range of features and features, including a sophisticated “firewall” and a variety of privacy tools. Avira subscriptions are charged monthly rather than for a set three-year period. This makes it simpler to cancel the subscription or change the terms at any time.

Essentware, formerly known as PCKeeper was a relatively new name to our tests. It is a part of the Avira Engine in the background. Overall, it performed well. The interface and performance are both easy to use, but a few stability problems that resulted in scanning jobs freezing which have reduced the score. The detection was great and a flawless run of the certification sets earned VB100.

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