Monday, April 2, 2007

A FREE Antivirus that Works!! (No trial periods)

I'll save you the details of my triumphant return after struggling for the last three days with a computer virus... The story is long and hectic but something good came out of it...

I discovered what millions before me have discovered, it worked when Norton didn't... an Antivirus that Works... its free and you can even update it regularly on the Internet with no fees...

For me it was a blessing...
You can find it on CNET's famous www.download.com, it got top reviews from CNET Editors and downloaders... its AVG Free Edition and here is the link http://www.download.com/AVG-Anti-Virus-Free-Edition/3000-2239_4-10645435.html?tag=pop.software

I love CNET... love www.Download.com and Qwaider if you by any chance have a comment that might shatter this post, go easy... cause this is too good to be true...

6 comments:

Bilalٍ said...

Tayeb sho sar ma3 aby rakan??:) is he coming today..
btw, ur friends, the scrap buyers came and took the rubber

M Kilany said...

Bilal, man you put a smile on my face :)

Mesh ma3gool...work, scrap buyers and abu rakan... I write here to forget them :)

Anonymous said...

i've been using AVG on my laptop for the past 2 years. never had to format nothing, never had to install anny additional crap, just AVG anti-virus and it's great. i personally recommend it to everyone.

M Kilany said...

Mazz... man its great... I feel so far behind "2 years" exactly... thanks for sharing and welcome to tips & Polls...

Bilalٍ said...

Amzing how marketing works..WE know only Norton and Macafee and we think they are the best..and here comes a modest anti virus and we found its the best..Man, americans are only good at marketing.

No_Angel said...

here is an advantage that might be overlooked, although the free one doesn't install on servers, the free one is helpful in a corp. net since it doesn't require you to uninstall whatever you have already on your PC.
and it doesn't get hit by viruses that disable the antiver as often as symantec lets say.
but its so much nicer to have the full suite of something :D so i never ran it extensively but def. alot easier to deal with than anyother.