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personaaly : kaspersky & bit-defender ... install any 1..
i was advised to use nod32..is it bad?......i dont really like it because it once eat up my critical windows files
kasperksy is best.. i believe its better than bit-defender and nod32
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most malicious software now days uses some form of social engineering. keeping that in mind is generally the best defense
norton 360 is currently the best so far when i compared between kaspersky and norton.
just use microsoft essentials.. its good enough.
If you want a free antivirus I'd advise you Avira AntiVir or Microsoft Essentials plus a anti-spyware software like Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware. But if you want to pay choose Kaspersky, G-Data or a solution from ESET. These are DA best on the market nowdays.
I'm personnaly using Nod32 but I've tried G-Data and it's a very good antivirus too. I've also heard that Dr.Web CureIt! wasn't bad.
Last but not least, you're the best antivirus.
Free: Avira, Avast, AVG. Can't go wrong with any of them.
As a computer repair shop owner and tech, we use and recommend Kaspersky. NOD32 by Eset is good, Avira is good, AVG is OK. Stay away from the big 3: Norton, McAfee or TrendMicro - they seem to spend a lot more on marketing than they do on R&D.
I would say either Sophos or Norton 360. :)
You'll be fine with Windows 7. Tehmagik made a great point, it's mainly social engineering now that will get you. I've owned 4 computers with Windows 7 and Vista and I've never got a virus. Just be smart and you'll be fine.