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Windows 7: Which Antivirus is Best?????????

19 Feb 2011   #41

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

Definatley NOD32 ! Been using it for years absolutley great !

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08 Mar 2011   #42

Windows XP Professional

What I've been using is SuperAntispyware and it's actually good. Been using it for quite some time now and it never fails me!
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08 Mar 2011   #43
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Win 7 64 premium

All A/Vs that do not have sandboxing of some sort will fail. Norton is most likely the best as of now. For free i would say Avast.
Since i run sandboxie, and Comodo D+, any A/V i choose will be good (MSE), because nothing is getting by Sandboxie & Comodo
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