Free antivirus software is good enough for most people, here's why

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We've all heard the phrase "you get what you pay for" but what about when it comes to antivirus? Do we always have to purchase software packages rather than protecting yourself for free? We don't believe so and this is why!
Since the launch of the antivirus, brands such as Norton and McAfee have dominated the consumer security market. However, Norton has now pulled its free offering meaning that people are now looking to alternative brands such as Bitdefender, Kaspersky, Sophos and others.
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But if you're sitting on the fence about brands you might not have encountered before, we've pulled together five reasons why free antivirus software sets the bar high for device protection.

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free is just as good as the paid. may not have all the fancy features that could slow down your computer, may have ads, nag screens, manual scanning and more but it works and good enough for most users.
 

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