Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by King Grub, Nov 30, 2011.
F-Secure and Bullguard tops in protection.
Whilst they are both good at protection, Bullguard falls on repair.
1. Emsisoft, Eset need work on repair.
2. Microsoft improving their score.
i don't want to offend anyone but i don't trust those kind of test anymore
every company have a very very different result
so i say try them your self in a VM
Clearly they are putting more importance in the "AV-Test reference test" than the "Real-World Testing". Maybe it is because of the sample size.
F-Secure = 100, 98, 100, 100, 100, 100 = 6.0
Symantec = 100, 100, 100, 98, 100, 100 = 5.5
BitDefender offers great protection.
Still a Resource-Hog though...
That's what I do.
Be mindful, you cannot compare these current anti-virus tests to the past ones as these ones were performed on Windows XP and the former were done on Windows 7.
Win 7 has more self-protection and more restrictions on its own when compared to Win XP. Thus, results from a platform to another may vary.
for me AVG free has done a really awesome job, as per the test ofcourse.........
F-Secure - FTW!!!
only one thing make me satay far away from F-secure , its eat the ram and make my computer slow , also its make the browsing slow
They seem to be improving. Congrats to AVG.
I disagree with that because the 2012 version is very light , the the 2011 version wasn't that light so they did a great job with the 2012 version.
They were all tested on Windows XP? What gives?
The previous quarter they were tested on Windows 7. The next quarter will most likely be on Windows 7.
Well that's good to know.
Im surprised about Avira's repair rating (being good) and Eset's (being not so good). Its been the other way around im my experiences.
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