These 3 Antiviruses Are Exactly What You Need for Your Computer

It’s not always easy to find an antivirus that can protect you from troubles on the internet.  It’s very important to get one as soon as possible. These are our three best choices.

Bitdefender

This one works for Windows. It has a free version and a paid version – $80 for every year for three PCs. The Family Pack is $120, and it covers 15 devices. This one is the best out there for Windows PC. It comes with real-time screening for viruses, spyware, and ransomware.

This version is very easy to handle, and the protection is worth every penny. When it comes to the AV-Test independent testing lab, it has high scores. The free version is available for one computer. If you want more protection, the Internet Security is $80 MSRP, and it’s here for $45. This one gets you protection for three computers. It has a VPN, and it sets up parental control on your kid’s computer. The Family Pack can give security to 15 device – be them Android, Windows, iOS, and macOS. It only costs $120 MSRP.

Malwarebytes

This one works for Windows 10 Plus macOS and Android. You have the 14-day trial, and then the version continues to be free. But there’s also a paid version, with $40 per year for only one device, and $60 per year for three devices.

This antivirus protects your PC from viruses and malware. But that’s not the only thing that made Malwarebytes famous. You can disinfect your device in no time. And the price is only $40 for every year. If you want this kind of cover for ten devices – be them Android, MacOS or Windows, you need to pay only $130.

Trend Micro Maximum Security

This one works for Windows 10 plus MacOS, iOS, and MacOS. It costs $90 for every year for ten devices.

This one focuses more on enterprise security, but it’s suitable for your PC, as well. On the AV-Test, it got high marks – the total score of 100%, detecting viruses and malware without any problems. It does not tax the system resources.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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