Antivirus Performance Comparison

The virus can do a variety of things, ranging from stealing hard disk space, to gaining access to your personal data or draining your CPU. There are a variety of anti-virus software available to safeguard your devices from the dangers. It is important to choose one that is not likely to have an impact on the system performance. This is a key factor that all of our antivirus products are tested against. The results are based on how long it takes each program to complete an operation. For example, Kaspersky Security Cloud Free had an impact on the background of only 6percent when performing an entire scan, while ESET had a slightly greater impact of 12 percent.

Avira is a German company is a reputable brand in our tests. It always scores over 90 percent in the three categories of Protection (False positives) and Performance (False Positives) and Usability. Its user interface is easy to use and comes with a variety of features, including a smart ‘firewall’ and various privacy tools. Avira subscriptions are charged monthly rather than for a fixed 3 to 5 years. This makes it simpler to cancel your subscription or change the terms at anytime.

A relatively new name that we have tested, Essentware – which was previously known as PCKeeper is a program that runs the Avira engine under the hood and generally scores well across the spectrum. Its interface is easy to use and its performance was good this month, though there were a few issues with stability – mostly with scan jobs locking up affected the score. However, the detection was satisfactory and a flawless run through the certification sets earned it the VB100 award.

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