Running a very small business on a shoestring means you might have to cut a corner or two, but when it comes to security and your data, those corners had best be 90 degrees. The good news is that you can find lots of free antivirus software to add to your security arsenal. The trick is finding a good one, but we’ve got you covered. Eric Geier runs through the features of four good options to help you choose the best one for your needs.
The trick is finding a good one, but we’ve got you covered. Eric Geier runs through the features of four good options to help you choose the best one for your needs.
While AVG, Microsoft, Comodo and avast aren’t the only providers of free anti-virus software they are some of the most popular so if you are sick of paying every year for antivirus protection, we’ll help you decide which free program works for you. Let’s check them out:
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