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Topic # 97656 19-Feb-2012 11:16 Send private message

My subscription to ESET NOD32 is almost up again for renewal on my home comp and was thinking of saving money and using MSE instead.

Is MSE up to the task or could I regret being a cheap ho?

Any advice appreciated.

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  Reply # 583373 19-Feb-2012 11:32 Send private message

MSE is just as good. Best of all, it's free like you mentioned.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 583388 19-Feb-2012 12:16 Send private message

I haven't had any problems with MSE myself and wouldn't have any doubts about recommending it to others.




 

 



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  Reply # 583393 19-Feb-2012 12:55 Send private message

You will be happy with MSE. I am running a (courtesy) ESET NOD32 and it seems quite light. I also have no problems with Norton Internet Security.





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  Reply # 583399 19-Feb-2012 13:09 Send private message

MSE is IMO the best of the free ones. Avast and AVG have got a bit bloated.
NOD32 is still a very good product though, and for $50 a year is good peace of mind.



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  Reply # 583564 19-Feb-2012 20:31 Send private message

I have run NOD32 for many years and loved it..but its time to tighten my belt. Thanks for the responses guys.

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  Reply # 583669 20-Feb-2012 06:46 Send private message

I use MSE and malwarebytes

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