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  Reply # 317560 12-Apr-2010 22:54
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Eset has a good name.
Suggestion: try a couple (or more, if you want) of different AV's when the trial is up, unless you love it, of course.
Fairly high on my list would be offerings by Kaspersky, Avast, DrWeb, and maybe Norton Internet security - a different beast from 360.

Any reputable AV should offer a half-decent trial period.
Don't forget to find and run the appropriate uninstallers if you go down this path.

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  Reply # 317615 13-Apr-2010 07:57
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Yep, try Norton Internet Security 2010. But if you are looking for a free option, Microsoft Security Essentials is very light - that's what I have running on my laptop.




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  Reply # 317616 13-Apr-2010 07:57
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Also, download the AVG Geekzone Trial - the trial period is extended and you have a discount if buying it: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/avg.asp. If you are buying Norton Internet Security remember you get 10% through our page at http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=50&topicid=57336.





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