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  1. claudiamartin01's Avatar
    Windows Defender does come inbuilt in Windows Operating system. There are many other antivirus software as well like Avast, Mcafee, Malwarebytes, Bitdefender and the list go on. Search on Google to get some better idea.
    03-22-2017 03:02 AM
  2. RTGent's Avatar
    I've run Avast and AVG in the past, but I've been running Microsoft Essentials for several years now, and it's all I need (mostly): it's reliable, never-intrusive, and IT WORKS. I also value that it updates as automatically and transparently as any tool I've ever used (since my 1983 Kaypro 10). Although it's all I need running live, I would never be without Malawarebytes for ad hoc and crisis purposes. I think Malawarebytes has the best crisis-support teams in the industry, besides having the best tools.
    Disclaimer: I am among the least-paranoid users, AND I am not a browse-anywhere kind of guy.
    03-29-2017 02:37 PM
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