Avast Free Antivirus 6.0 gets 9.0 editor’s ranking at Cnet.com
Avast made great strides in its previous update. Version 5 set the stage for the modern, massively popular and free security suite with a new interface that ditched a quirky, late-’90s jukebox style for a more polished look. Easier to navigate, it also became easier to add new features.
Make no mistake, Avast 6 adds features both big and small. Some that had previously only been available to paid upgrade users are now free for all versions and newer features have been seamlessly added to the interface experience. If you’re familiar with Avast 5, upgrading to Avast 6 won’t be that big of a leap.
5 Responses to “Avast Free Antivirus”
I think that Avast Free Antivirus is really good for my computer but can it solve my virus problems. I want to more detail about it.
@antivirussoftware:disqus Free antivirus software is good as paid Antivirus software if Avast dont meet your needs try Microsoft Security Essentials its one of the best free Antivirus software out there PERIOD!
I think so. I heard many times Microsoft Security Essentials is the free antivirus software. But, free antivirus is better than paid antivirus software. I used paid antivirus for 2 years but my computer is interrupted. I want go with free antivirus. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing this info. I will definitely try out Avast antivirus. But I would like to share my experience with Immunet Antivirus. I have been using it from past one year and I have not faced any problem yet. For more info browse http://www.immunet.com
One unpleasant malware could present your financial information or stop your pc from working at all. What you need is the best anti-virus software possible on your pc. Fortunately, some of the best are also completely free!
Many companies offer no cost editions of their popular anti-virus applications for home customers while providing editions with more innovative features as an update selection for professional and business customers.
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