Antivirus Reviews

Norton
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Norton
Bjorn Johansson by Bjorn Johansson
Intego
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Intego
Sophie Anderson by Sophie Anderson
McAfee
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McAfee
McAfee once had a reputation as a basic antivirus, but after spending hours doing in-depth testing on the Total Protection plan — McAfee’s premium antivirus bundle — I can say that they’ve made a lot of improvements in the last few years. McAfee’s malware detection ability received top scores in my tests, and Total Protection has many additional features including a password manager and a PC performance-enhancing tool. The interface is missing some elements — it’s not nearly as user-friendly as it could be, and you may need to dig into the settings to customize it. But that said, McAfee is one of the best antivirus systems out there, and in my opinion, it’s definitely worth using, especially with its latest discount and 30-day money-back guarantee.
Sophie Anderson by Sophie Anderson
Bitdefender
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Bitdefender
Sam Boyd by Sam Boyd
TotalAV
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TotalAV
Bjorn Johansson by Bjorn Johansson
Avira
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Avira
Avira is one of the most well-known antivirus providers out there, so it was no surprise to see that its malware engine performed really well in my tests. Avira is fast and thorough, blocking and removing 100% of my test malware, including all viruses, spyware, and ransomware. Avira also has a huge range of additional features, including a game booster, browser extensions, and startup optimizer — all of which were super useful and easy to use (and saved me money). Overall, Avira is really good value for the money, especially given its latest discount. There’s a no-risk 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can try it out and see if it will be good for you.
Alex Kassian by Alex Kassian
BullGuard
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BullGuard
BullGuard has earned a reputation as being one of the best antiviruses for PC gamers, but how well does it work for everybody else? I put BullGuard through a series of tests on my home PC, and I was really impressed by the malware detection and identity theft protection offered. I also really liked the Game Booster. However, I did find some features I really don’t like, and there are other premium antiviruses that provide more features for the same price. That said, BullGuard is a fully functional and capable antivirus — it handled all the threats I threw at it, and the gaming mode is phenomenal. And considering BullGuard’s latest discount, it’s definitely one of the top antiviruses of 2021. You can try it out for 30 days risk free and see if it will be good for you.
Bjorn Johansson by Bjorn Johansson
Cylance Smart Antivirus
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Cylance Smart Antivirus
Scott Jackson by Scott Jackson
Trend Micro
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Trend Micro
Trend Micro gets mixed reviews, so I really wanted to check out this antivirus — and was glad I did! Its AI-based, multi-layer ransomware protection truly impressed me. The program includes some interesting tools that are remarkably easy to use — especially the malware scanner and online privacy tools. Trend Micro antivirus is definitely worth trying out, especially as it’s competitively priced and backed by an unconditional 30-day money-back guarantee.
Scott Jackson by Scott Jackson
Heimdal Security
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Heimdal Security
There are a lot of powerful security tools on the market, and some of them come with a hefty price tag to match. While I can’t agree that this software is the “most advanced security suite” ever built, I can strongly recommend Heimdal Security’s Thor Premium Home for its next-generation detection capabilities.
Sophie Anderson by Sophie Anderson