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Trial versions, in general, are limited versions of the full/paid version for which they are meant as demonstration products.
To this end, to answer the question you pose about trial anti-virus product, Quick Heal Total Security 9.5; While I have not experienced that particular product I would presume that it's full potential will expire as the trial limits proclaim making updates and heuristic scan databases outdated subsequently leaving your system unprotected. This is often my chief issue with OEM built pcs having pre-initiated trial anti-virus & security products rather than customer initiated installations. Consumers blindly use their systems ignoring the warnings of less than current status, posing great threat of irrevokable disaster.
There are AV products that are FREE (not disabled/crippled) for use by individuals; AVG, Frisk and of course all the major vendors can provide FREE on-demand scanning. Remember, that AV only helps if it's installed before it's needed ;)
Hope you find this to be a suitable solution.
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Posted on May 04, 2008
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