Is it possible to get a decent gaming laptop for under £400 14 replies

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#11 3 months ago

The only one that's worth a damn is Malwarebytes.




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#12 3 months ago
Posted by Midawr

I also use a rather old and weak laptop for games. I installed Windows 7. Because this operating system works on such characteristics best of all. But I want to find a good antivirus. What antivirus least slows down the system?



Just use the built in Windows Defender. Don't really need one anymore.


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#13 2 weeks ago
Posted by Midawr

I also use a rather old and weak laptop for games. I installed Windows 7. Because this operating system works on such characteristics best of all. But I want to find a good antivirus. I watched avast vs bitdefender  comparison and I can not decide. What antivirus least slows down the system?

Agree with Danny, i will rather stay with pre-installed windows defender. As for the Laptop with a £400 budget you can only opt for low end gaming device, a used i7 4 gen machine with 2 gb graphic card might do the trick




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#14 2 weeks ago
Posted by Danny
Posted by Midawr

I also use a rather old and weak laptop for games. I installed Windows 7. Because this operating system works on such characteristics best of all. But I want to find a good antivirus. What antivirus least slows down the system?



Just use the built in Windows Defender. Don't really need one anymore.


Spam bots are so fascinating these days. As far as I can tell, Danny quoted the original post where the link isn't there,, but if you look at it now, they edited it with something they ostensibly used to "compare" but is so blatantly an spam link. 




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#15 1 week ago
Posted by Lysdestic
Posted by Danny
Posted by Midawr

I also use a rather old and weak laptop for games. I installed Windows 7. Because this operating system works on such characteristics best of all. But I want to find a good antivirus. What antivirus least slows down the system?



Just use the built in Windows Defender. Don't really need one anymore.


Spam bots are so fascinating these days. As far as I can tell, Danny quoted the original post where the link isn't there,, but if you look at it now, they edited it with something they ostensibly used to "compare" but is so blatantly an spam link. 


And just like that, the link is gone.


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