+ 0 Votes Reponse To Answer bencowell 2 years ago I'm using Norton, it???s pretty good and not 'heavy' and has some useful additions. Trend Micro Titanium is recommended by another mag, with AVG as the best free one. Personally much as I don't like wasting money a good AV must be worth paying for. Maybe it depends on what you think your data is worth (to you) and in the 'real world' why would a company give away a cracking package, I can only think its a taster and not the whole thing! Every had a back door Trojan or been tempted to an iffey site. Never again and a decent package should keep you out of trouble. When I boot up, the #1 thing I do is update my AV. Happy days then -???