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Windows 7: AVG Internet Security 9.0 Beta for Windows 7

03 Sep 2009   #1

AVG Internet Security 9.0 Beta for Windows 7

Download AVG Internet Security 9.0 Beta for Windows 7

Build 646a1653

AVG is pushing its security solutions one step further, and, in this regard, it has produced a new development milestone of the next iteration of AVG Internet Security. Customers that want to jump the gun and see what the future of AVG looks like are already able to download Beta Build 646a1653 of AVG Internet Security 9.0 and start test-driving the product. Of course, it is critically important to underline that AVG Internet Security 9.0 Beta Build 646a1653 is a security solution still in development, and, in this regard, only download and install it if you feel comfortable with the risk of running pre-release software, including inherent bugs, crashes, and a variety of other issues.

The first thing that AVG users are bound to notice about the new release of AVG Internet Security 9.0 is the facelift. The product features an overhauled graphical user interface, with the revamping focused on making Internet Security version 9.0 more user-friendly. In addition, AVG has worked to boost the setup process. Users will be able to enjoy a streamlined installation process, with increased attention to detail.

The security company has also noted that AVG Internet Security 9.0 is designed to bring performance enhancements to the table when it comes down to scanning time, while also managing to cut back on the resources consumed. The firewall functionality has also been enhanced in order to be less nagging, and the security solution is now tailored to the needs of gamers and resource-intensive gaming sessions.

Testers will be able to install and run AVG Internet Security 9.0 Beta Build 646a1653 on a variety of Windows platforms, including the latest iteration of the Windows client. Then again, AVG was among the first security companies that adapted its products to Windows 7, even when Windows Vista’s successor was still in the Beta development stage.

AVG Internet Security 9.0 Beta Build 646a1653 is available for download here.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Sep 2009   #2

Windows7 x64 7600 16385

Hi Sassa,

Let me know your thoughts on this if you install it. I'm checking out Vipre right now and still waiting on the later beta's of Avast 5. This looks like it could be a nice all-in-one package if AVG has updated their product.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Sep 2009   #3


Will install it in XP Mode...
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