Kaspersky Internet Security 2010

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  1. chrismid259

    chrismid259 New Member

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    Hi all,
    I have just registered so I'm not 100% sure if this is the right place to be posting this.

    I have just pre ordered Windows 7 Home Premium and looking for a new anti virus to go with it that will hopefully work better than McAfee (which is totally annoying). I heard that Kaspersky Internet Security is a very good option but was wondering whether or not it is fully compatible with Windows 7.

    Hope someone can help me.

    Thanks.
     
  2. neeraj_jalutharia

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    Hello chrismid259..
    Welcome to windows 7 Forums..

    Yeah Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 is fully compatible with Windows 7...

    in my opinion you should try Ready for Windows 7 but it's still Beta version....
    hope you found it helpful..!!
     
  3. Gully

    Gully New Member

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    I have been using Nod32 for windows 7 for around 1 month and it is amazing! It sits in your tray quietly and does everything itself and I experienced no lag whatsoever since I installed it!
     
  4. chrismid259

    chrismid259 New Member

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    Okay!
    Thank you for your replies :)
     
  5. kwL

    kwL New Member

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    Avira Premium Security Suite

    Hi there,
    Yes Kaspersky is a good and compatible antivirus for windows 7, but my advice is to use Avira Premium Security Suite. It`s all inclusive, like antivirus, firewall, online protection, webguard, mailguard and backup and is in low resources on start up and after that, very accurate.

    I am using it since may-june and i`am really satisfied, no problem at all, no virus/malware/trojan.
    In parallel with this i`m using Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware program, and really it`s all that you need through p2p connections, blocks malware and suspicious sites on web, ip addresses, good protection, thats all you wanted :)

    That`s my opinion.
     
  6. AlienDK

    AlienDK New Member

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    Good choice! I had Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 for a long time and it was really really good. I've also tried the demo of KIS 2010, and it was even better. Anyone who currently runs a paid anti-virus product, when your license expires, GO KASPERSKY! (people using free anti-virus software should also buy kis 2010 but most people running free AV runs it because its free)
     
  7. Tepid

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    Personally,,, I do not like any apps that call themselves Internet Security Suites..... most times thay do far more than they should and create problems they shouldn't.... I have seen more times than not,,, a so called Internet Security Suite break the internal network with no recourse but to uninstall the ISS,,,, even reinstalling doesn't fix the issue,,, unless you totaly reload the OS.

    I second Drew's post on the free solution of Microsoft Security Essentials

    Also,,, it has been my experience for a long time now that Kaspersky slows system performance. I know cause I check out the new versions every so often as part of a Anti Virus performance tests I do for personal reasons.
     
  8. AlienDK

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    I don't know about other internet security suites but Kaspersky's is great, never had ANY trouble with it. Didn't slow my system, pretty much the same as without it.
     

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