Re: What is a good free antivirus protection program? Is AVG a good free program?



Phil:

Once I got rid of Norton AV 2005, my paging file usage went down
dramatically.

I find a noticable difference in overall performance of my computer.

Tom
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| Phil Weldon
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| "Leythos" <void@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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|| > "Leythos" <void@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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|| > > In article <ebv$jXwCGHA.628@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
|| > > pvandermeeren0522xyz@xxxxxxxxxxx says...
|| > >> I had AVG(free version) for a couple of years. It never let me down.
| I am
|| > >> an
|| > >> average internet user.
|| > >> Phil
|| > >
|| > > Some of the Sorority users were compromised by a AOL IM worm, Norton
|| > > machines were not infected, AVG machines were.
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|| >
|| > Hehe, OTOH with Norton you don;t need a virus to slow you down... :)
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|| I just tested the same PC before and after installation of Norton AV
|| 2006. In open documents, speed tests on the net, playing games, there
|| was no noticeable performance difference.
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