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Avast Free Antivirus is a excellent choice if you are looking for an easy-to-use and robust antivirus program that safeguards all your devices as well as your online activities. Its malware detection rate is among the top in our tests, and other features such as password management, file shredder and tune-up tools are also available. However, the program does consume memory and can cause slowdown when scanning large files or running programs.

The paid versions of Avast are a bit more expensive, but they do provide some great extras, such as parental controls and an excellent browser extension that helps ensure your privacy. Cloud storage is also part of and can be used to backup files or to create an emergency restore point. There’s a range of security suites available, from the entry-level Antivirus Plus to the flagship Total Security. There’s also a ransomware protection and Sandboxes that can be used to evaluate suspicious apps.

Kaspersky has a different approach to other premium antivirus software because its products are basically variations of the same program. The primary difference between the more extensive suites is that they offer additional features, like an integrated VPN and a password manager. They also offer support for more devices. A basic subscription provides protection for one computer, and up to five on the top range.

Sophos AV-Home is a great price for the money and the latest version was a success in our testing. It’s not as feature-rich as some of the competition, but its stripped-down interface is great for new users. If you need more functionality The company’s home devices can be expanded to 10 devices.