AVG Antivirus Review Leave a comment

AVG is a fantastic option for security against cyberattacks. It has a great feature suite, excellent security scores for malware, and a decent price. However, it also had some issues in our tests, such as the heavy use of system resources as well as a couple of false positives.

The interface of AVG is clean and simple. Its dashboard lets you know if your computer is protected, and allows you to run a manual scan through its menu. You can modify the scans and notifications. You can also black-list or white-list applications and choose what information AVG will share with its parent company. AVG comes with several extra tools, such as shredders for documents and an option of no disturbance that prevents you from being disturbed while playing games or watching films.

Its security features include firewalls, an anti-virus scanner and a password manager and a social networks protection that flags suspicious websites or messages. The anti-phishing and ransomware security is nearly perfect, and its Enhanced Firewall has additional functionality such as data leak protection as well as ARM Spoofing alerts. The firewall is especially robust for public networks because it makes use of machine learning to determine what is normal and what isn’t and can then adapt automatically.

AVG’s support options include a forum online community helpline, and a vast knowledge base. You can also contact its customer service by email or through a chat function on the website. The free version doesn’t come with annoying upgrade prompts, however you’ll need to deal ads in order to use the application.


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