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best antivirus for a laptop?


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moustafa500

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title ^^


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antimalware maybe or 

simple AVG


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I use ADWCleaner. Used to use Malwarebytes but it got kinda cruddy.


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I use avast!


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for me, avast the best, simple, easy to use :D


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avast of course


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Kaspersky, Iobit Malware Fighter and Avast.

+ >>> -


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Windows defender best. LOL


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malewarebytes:
ez 2 use,
u can use the free version full ver. has (basicly) no benefits
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I'd say Bitdefendern and Eset.


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