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    free/trial antivirus

    reformatting my computer(yes, too much free pr0n) and i need an updated antivirus. i got a trial one from somewhere but it hasnt been updated in a long time. can someone send me a link to a free/trial antivirus so i can scan the shit that im backing up.

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    Yoshi P
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    try AVG

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    try not clicking on every popup that you see Abstinence is a wonderful thing.

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    Abstinence isnt very much fun now is it >.>

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    I personally use http://www.kaspersky.com

    Give it a go.

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    AVG and Kaspersky are both great and free. It is possible to get Symantec for free, but you'll have to do some searching.

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    I found Norton to have to much uneeded stuff.

    Don't get me wrong its pretty solid, but I like software like that straight and to the point.

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    Go with AVG.

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    I use avg, and It works pretty good. I also downloaded STINGER anti-virus(used it when I worked at a internet gaming center for 2 years) and works pretty good too, and free.

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    It's been said before but i maintain; AVG is the way to go.
    http://free.grisoft.com/doc/1
    The free version outperforms NAV and doesnt nag you to pay for a subscription.

    If you are running a GENUINE copy of windows and you have the extra memory to deal, I seriously suggest getting windows defender for spyware.
    Its one of the only MS programs I've ever recomended. I used to use a few other things like Adaware ect but Windows defender is very powerful and gives you a lot of control over your computer's processes, active x plugins, and startup programs as well as very good spyware protection.
    http://www.microsoft.com/athome/securit ... fault.mspx

    If you are running a cracked copy of windows dont let it near your system though lol.

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