Which would you use

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Mike6080919395, Aug 5, 2010.

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  1. Mike6080919395

    Mike6080919395 Registered Member

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    I am considering a reinstall, but I am curious which route you would go as far as combo

    1). Comodo + Avira + MBAM + GMER
    2). Windows Firewall + NOD32 + MBAM + GMER
    3). Comodo + NOD32 + MBAM + GMER
    4). Windows Firewall + Avira + MBAM + GMER
    5). Windows Firewall + NOD32
    6). Windows Firewall + Avira
    7). Online Armor ++ + NOD32
    :cool:. Online Armor ++ + Avira

    I still don't see how OA still has no x64 support. To use OA I would have to go with x86 OS. Which I normally always use x64 for gaming and video editing.

    The reason I chose these two AV's s because they always come out ontop in the polls section every month of this website as most used between all users. I did notice that AVG has pulled ahead in the last poll, but I don't think it will stay ontop.
     
  2. Ibrad

    Ibrad Registered Member

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    A vs. B is not allowed.
     
  3. LowWaterMark

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    There is no point in asking others what they would use. There are far too many varying opinions and personal product favorites for such a question to produce useful, objective answers. No one elses product choice necessarily applies to another person's needs. In the end, all you get is a bunch of completely different combination recommendations, each of which is probably just as good as the others.
     
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