I'm too cool to Post
17th September 2003
Download a free twelve month trial.
Tech is where you'll find me..
13th April 2005
It's not a well established anti-virus, and that's probably why their giving away a year long trial.
GF is my bext friend *hugs GF*
21st March 2004
Hmm, haven't heard of them before. Are they any good?
Shizzle my nizzle
28th July 2004
Anti-virus software manufacturors make the majority of their money from businesses, as full anti-virus solutions for them can cost over £10,000 for a small 20-work station 2-server company. Therefore, they usually release a free home version with the same anti-virus capability, but without the extras and internetwork-ability.
Because of that, it's usually best to stick with the likes of avast! or AVG - they offer free programs which are as capable of the basics as their premium counterparts, and they are well-established and have experienced antidote programmers.
Feel my heat, Heavens on fire.
3rd August 2005
http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/electronics-computers/laptop-desktop-computers/protect-yourself-online-905/ratings/antivirus-software.htm They made consumer reports top 10. Time warner gives subscribers to roadrunner high speed that suite for free, too. I use to use it, but found mcafee better, though.
23rd October 2005
I'm glad to see trend micro first since I use Trend micro antivirus.
...burning angel wings to dust
14th February 2004
Grisoft has a free version of AVG, also.
Never hurt to have some AV redundancy :)