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I am using windows 7 i need antivirus... can you suggest me the good one

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    Angila Maxwell Dec 11, 2015

    If you are using windows 7 then AVG antivirus is the best antivirus so far.Its fast scanning speed is one of the best quality of this antivirus.For further information contact on official AVG tech support number and visit here for more information


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Free anti-virus: 1.Microsoft Security Essentials
2. AVG free edition

Proprietary anti-virus: 1. Norton Antivirus 2011
2. Kaspersky Antivirus 2011

Posted on Sep 19, 2010

  • prashanth88 Sep 19, 2010

    Free anti-virus: 1.Microsoft Security Essentials

    2. AVG free edition

    Proprietary anti-virus: 1. Norton
    Antivirus 2011
    2. Kaspersky Antivirus

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    hibari_24 Aug 24, 2012

    yah avg is great free anti virus but temporary protect ur com puter in 28 day


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AVG is a free antivirus

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Norton AntiVirus is a renowned antivirus application, which is extremely efficient in blocking viruses and spyware with superior protection. It not only detects offline spyware and viruses and secures your PC from being exposed to infections, but also gets activated simultaneously while you are browsing through the Internet.
The best feature of Norton AntiVirus is that it cleans and scans all the instant messaging and e-mail attachments and decreases the possibility of receiving viruses on your system. Norton AntiVirus constantly monitors your computer and secures it from unknown and known risks.

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SOURCE: i am using windows 7 i needs antivirus. . .can you suggest me the good one free antivirus and i want a antivirus no expiration

You can use Microsoft antivirus " Microsoft Security Essentials " Its good and free.
you can download it from Microsoft website

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Internet Explorer 9 keeps on closing and says it will find a solution. Has not found anything in one hour. What is up??

here are some suggestions of what the problem might be
you may have a virus on your computer
you may need to do some update for IE9
do you have virus protection?
do you have a malware program for viruses?like trojans
do you have windows xp?

A good free virus protection is AVG

just click on the one that is free

for a malware I suggest MALWARE ANTI MALWARE

as for windows xp you'll have to ungrade to windows 7 or 8

Dec 07, 2012 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 9


Perform a Custom Install to Upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7

TIP1: If you are running Window 5 (XP) even with SP3 you will most certainly require a Custom Install, this is a 5 step complex process so don't rush it, to upgrade to Windows 7 if you just go ahead and expect that the upgrade CD will do everything for you dissapointment will most certainly be your results.

You will need at least 1GB of RAM ( or 2GB if you want to use the Windows (x86) 32-bit XP compatibilty mode on Windows 7 if your hardware won't support hardware assisted virtualization technology then this mode is not for you so 1GB will be fine) and a 1GHz processor and 16GB of free hard drive space if you don't have these forget it. Also you will require a graphics card that supports Aero for full use of all Windows 7 functionality so you might want to consider a new AGP graphics card as well your choice.

There will be several driver issues with webcams and other devices that will not work after the upgrade run the Windows 7 upgrade advisor tool before you even attempt it, you will also require the Windows Easy Transfer Tool later on so download this now.

I suggest that you first create a drive image using Ghost v14.0 and save a good image of your old WinXPSP3 partition prior to the upgrade. This will be your safety net restore points can't help you here. Its also worth using the preboot antivirus scanner bundled with Ghost before the upgrade you can use my autoupdater Antivirus Defintions CD creator to ensure you can scan with the latest defntions, download this from either LINK1 or rapidshare LINK2 these are posted exclusively for Fixya users.

Follow these instructions HERE in this PDF to assist you you will require an external USB and the I386 cabinet files from your OEM preinstalled version or from the original WinXP CD and the Windows 7 upgrade CD.

Also your WinXP must include the NET. Framework v2.0 x86 (32bit) runtime files and at least SP2 prior to the upgrade, I suggest you check using these NET Framework check tools to see what version you have. to check your service pack type c:winver at the run prompt

TIP2: If you have DRM (digital rights management) protected files from iTunes or similar download sites check that these can be restored after the upgrade if not back these up first as a matter of course.

TIP3: The upgrade from Windows Vista (v6.0) is a bit easier so if in any doubt upgrade to Vista first then Windows 7, if you miss out a step you can render your PC useless hence the first image step is highly recommended if the upgrade fails.

Good Luck !

on Dec 28, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 Full...

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I am using windows 7 i needs antivirus. . .can you suggest me the good one free antivirus and i want a antivirus no expiration

You can use Microsoft antivirus " Microsoft Security Essentials " Its good and free.
you can download it from Microsoft website

Oct 17, 2012 | Symantec Norton Internet Security 2011 1...

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I used windows 7 ultimate 32 bit but antivirus is not updated and sometimes says that windows is not genuine

dont worry download offline update from the original web site from your anti virus hope your work easy

Sep 27, 2011 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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We were using windows xp home,,and i need to upgarde it,,what can u suggest???

It depend about your hardware...
If you have new computer (memory, big HDD, good procesor) Windows 7 is good for it.
Windows XP Home has problem with changing languages and it is limited for some network stuff. Windows XP Professional with all update and with AWG or Avira antivirus (free for home use) can be good enough with old hardware.
If you need safe surfing, Linux Mint (based on Ubuntu and Debian) can be the good choice.

Aug 23, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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My Windows 7 Professional boots very slowly

there are many ways to improve startup time. some safe steps to follow are the following.

1. run "msconfig" - startup tab - disable all except your antivirus software (i use a light microsoft security essentials). services tab - click hide microsoft services, and disable all other services which show up except for services which run with your antivirus program. boot tab - advanced options: select hiytghest number of processors and highest available selection for memory. also check "no gui boot".

2. run disk cleanup or clean manager from windows system32 folder. clean all system files and drive files.

3. run checkdisk and defrag your hardisk.

4. update antivirus and scan your pc. i suggest microsoft security essentials for antivirus, malwarebytes antimalware and trojan remover for malware and other spyware.

Jun 28, 2011 | Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Full...

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I am glad to HELP YOU!

So if I got it right - you are in search for a good antivirus for your Windows 7 running on 64-bits...
Well, I have some suggestions for you. All of them are FREE and are working smoothly:
1. [number one in top] AVG Free Edition
I'm using this one on my 64-bits machine [now...!] for years [also on the previous machines] and I can tell you I am VERY SATISFIED with it! It does an amazing job. You can take it from HERE.
2. Avira Free Antivirus
It is OK and I have friends that are sticking with it from a long-long time. Get it from HERE.
3. Avast Antivirus
It's good and it's reliable. You can find it HERE.

I do also recommend you a GOOD FIREWALL that - together with the antivirus - will make a super-shield for your computer. You can get ZoneAlarm [FREE EDITION] from HERE.

... and don't forget to RATE, please...

Apr 27, 2011 | Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT...

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My computer had many viruses that I got rid of today. Some of my windows programs are running and some are stopped. I need to get to them and make them run again.

use panda cloud antivirus . scan your system with it . it will neutralize your system viruses you can return the file easily from panda cloud antivirus.

Sep 04, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Do you suggest that I install another anti virus for windows 7 Home Premium. At present I have full trust in NOD 32 Anti virus.


well i won't suggest to install antivirus NOD32 anti virus is good enough for your computer.
make sure to update it reguler basis

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Apr 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Uninstall symantech antivirus

I am jdpadilla I will help you uninstall Symantech Antivirus, please notify and expert if you need more help.

If you are using windows XP (It is pretty much the same for other systems).

Before following these steps make sure to log off the Internet then close all other programs. You will not have any problem rebooting. I suggest that you have a copy of your Norton Antivirus program to reinstall it because it is always important to keep it installed in your computer or purchase another version if required.

1. Click on "Start" Button to your left hand.
2.Click on "Control Panel" to your right it is under the my documents list, scroll down to find it.
3. Click on "Add or Remove Programs" from the Control Panel Window.
4. In the "Add or Remove Program" window click on Symantec Antivirus Software.
5. Click on "Remove" Button.
6. Accept in dialog box.
7. Restart your computer.

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