Antivirus Performance Comparison

They are capable of doing various things, from taking over hard disk space, to gaining access to your private information or draining your CPU. There are numerous anti-virus programs on the market to protect your devices from these issues. The key is to choose one that is not likely to have an impact on performance of your system. All of our antivirus software is tested against this factor. The results below are dependent on the amount of time it takes each program to complete an operation. For instance, Kaspersky Security Cloud Free had a background impact of just 6% while performing a full scan, and ESET had a slightly higher impact of 12%.

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Avira is a German company has a great reputation in our tests. It consistently scores above 90% in all three categories: Protection (False positives) and Performance (False Positives) and Usability. Its UI offers a lot of functionality as well as a smart “firewall” and a range of privacy tools. Avira subscriptions are billed monthly instead of a fixed 3 to 5 years. This makes it simpler to cancel your subscription or modify it at anytime.

A fairly new name in our tests, Essentware – which was previously known as PCKeeper – uses the Avira engine behind the scenes and generally scores quite well across the spectrum. Its performance and user interface are both user-friendly however, there are a few issues with stability – mainly scanning jobs freezing which have reduced the score. The detection was satisfactory and a flawless run of the certification sets earned VB100.

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