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I am not saying AVG is malware, but by bundling software that I did not request -- sounds like malware, too me. Important alerts are still on in that case, of course. I love Bitdefender but my only issue with it is the requirement for an account login.Through normal use I've seen no benefit from this and it makes it a pain when 'fixing' family PCs and installing it for them.One of the most common ways people get crap on your computer is disguising it as protection from crap. I still find it confusing and not at all intuitive. Click bait after click bait and additional software that I didn't want. Had Avira before, except for nag pop-ups and a few BSODs, it was very decent. Just now, before opening Firefox, it tried to install a plugin called "Avast Safe Price". I think I will stick with Windows Defender or try Bit Defender...Also there are nag screens, reminding you to upgrade. I'm reading your comment because Avast just tried to install Avast Safeprice on my computer without my permission - I didn't even know of its existence until another AV program (Winpatrol, I think) informed me Avast was trying to install it. It's gotten extremely intrusive lately and some of the messages imply I need to upgrade when that's clearly not the case.The main status screen displays whether or not you're protected and up-to-date, allows you to run manual scans and updates, and shows you which protection modules are installed.Avira Free doesn't include the web and email protection modules or the notification-free Game mode of the paid-for version, but it's nonetheless a very capable anti-virus solution.

Anti-virus programs like Bitdefender and Windows Defender (really any good, decent anti-virus program) updates practically every day.

All the options you need are right in front of you, either in the main status pane or arrayed along the left-hand tab bar.

The result can be a little dense for users who'd prefer a simple interface, but we really appreciated having all the options where we could see them.

Avira was among the most effective of the free anti-virus suites we looked at, coming second only to Qihoo in protection.

Its lightweight system footprint and a clear interface make it an ideal choice for lower-powered PCs.

Anti-virus programs like Bitdefender and Windows Defender (really any good, decent anti-virus program) updates practically every day.

All the options you need are right in front of you, either in the main status pane or arrayed along the left-hand tab bar.

The result can be a little dense for users who'd prefer a simple interface, but we really appreciated having all the options where we could see them.

Avira was among the most effective of the free anti-virus suites we looked at, coming second only to Qihoo in protection.

Its lightweight system footprint and a clear interface make it an ideal choice for lower-powered PCs.

Sounds like it was the cumulative update (Build 10586.29) that was also released for Windows 10 Mobile.