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    Free Avast vs Paid Norton

    Hello Fellows. I need to have some comments and suggestions from your side. I have had installed free avast on my office computer till the end of the last week. Then i was asked to switch to a paid version of Norton 360. Do you think that the suggestion for switching to Norton 360 is a good idea?

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    I would prefer neither. Rather I would suggest you to go for Kaspersky Internet security or if you are using it for your office then you can go for a business plan. I am using it for the past 3 years without any complaint.
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    I have been using avast free for a pretty long time. Thanks to avast for the privilege

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    If your not looking to spend to much money and looking for a High Quality antivirus for under $5 go to g2a.com and seach Ani-virus. I bought bit defender from their and got a steal of a deal.

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    For free option, Avast for me is good enough. As i see you want it for work station so something more serious and paid maybe is more responsible.

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    Bitdefender and kaspersky are the best rated AVs for few years already.

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    I support you to move to Norton, Norton is one of the best paid antivirus software as far as I know. However, this doesn't mean Avast free version is not a good AV software. Despite the rich features for antivirus. Avast is also equipped with a business-class password manager and a network security scanner as bonus features, which is more suitable to office computer. Check this article to know more details.
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    I have been using Avast since inception and never faced any issues with it. However, my second choice would be Kaspersky anti-virus.

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