Yeah I have used it for a couple of years, its a solid product. It's the real McAfee product with some Teleocm logos slammed into the interface. Runs qu8ietly in the background and updates itself regularly, its install and forget.
If you want to playa roudn with the settings etc the full power of the GUI is available in the background. I'd reccomend it.
The McAfee is working for me. I load it for every new Telecom broadband install. Causes less user issues than Free AVG. Only issue with McAfee was it saying subscription had expired when PC hadn't been on line for 2 weeks, but it fixed itself. Another tick for Telecom?
Sadly Telecom Premium Products i.e. Security Suite and Flickr don't seem to be soemthing they market that much. The amount of times my family send me photos as attachments, and they are Telecom users ... USE FLICKR! ... sheesh :)
IMHO: McAfee probably uses slightly more resources, but it is better at detecting threats. How precious are you about your resources? If you have plenty i.e. at least 1GB of RAM and a decent CPU I don;t think you'll notice much difference.
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