Great protection from malware and some useful tools besides.
How does Avira's free antivirus stack up against rivals in 2021?
Norton 360 offers all-round protection including antivirus, VPN, cloud backup and more
We compare the security, efficiency and ease-of-use of two top-of-the-line antivirus programs
All the main antivirus tools plus patented adaptive security tech that tailors itself to you
A solid product with a "next gen" feel and unlimited installs make AVG Ultimate well worth consideration
A useful, user friendly product marred by clumsy attempts to sell what others include as standard,ads in the mobile version
A "Pro" version of a product marred by the need to upgrade to Pro versions of its modules
A generous device count sounds like a great deal, but has Sophos cut corners on functionality in the race to the cloud?
A focus on family protection and its Freedome VPN should make it a winner, but technical problems tarnish its useful features
There's no cloud storage included, but if you don't need it, this is a good-value security suite
Multiple antivirus engines offer great detection and prevention potential
Performance could be better, but it's hard to argue when it's free
Good protection from malware and completely automated for those that prefer to install and forget
There are few frills, but if you just want virus protection, Avira is great
Comes with a surprising range of free goodies as well as great antivirus protection
A top performer when it comes to keeping your PC free from viruses
Easy-to-use and reliable protection from internet nasties
ESET NOD32 review: sound antivirus for Windows with some useful extras
Backup and PC tune-up are missing or require an extra purchase