Quote: Originally Posted by richnrockville
I do, I have used vipre and upgraded to Vipre premium on all of my home machines. I bought the "all you can eat" version and it works well on my Windows 7 and XP machines. I even run it on my windows server 2008 (x32) version. I did turn off the option to check files when opened or copied as I believe that slows things down.
It seems to be very non intrusive and just sits there watching what I do. I have never had a virus or trojan, so far.
I am a small business consultant also, and have all of my clients with Vipre.
It is reasonable in price, especially for the "all you can eat" version for home use.
I don't have any financial interest just a satisfied customer.
I myself have made the switch to VIPRE for my customer and myself it seems to be highly effective, I believe that these big companies get to comftable in there shoes and VIPRE is rapidly becomming more popular so that's why im using it especally since GFI aquired them as it means more support, access to a company with years of experience. If you still continue to buy licenses for VIPRE check out VIPRE Antivirus Coupon Codes
might save you a bit off the top cost, 20% discount or such it could be of use if your doing a lot of computers.
Quote: Originally Posted by GeorgeB
I was using MSE and never had any bad reports when I did a full scan. After reading about Vipre I downloaded the trial and did a full scan, Vipre found 7 trojans on my computer
This is common, its because MSE did not detect the viruses, you should always get a second opinion AV.