+ 4 Votes Your client is asking about OH Smeg 2 years ago Advertising driving sales as apposed to what is technically better. Remember most people want Windows not because it's the best for their needs but because if they have a Computer they must have Windows. Or they would buy a Mac. As for which is the best this is way too subjective for me particularly if you are dealing with Domestic Users, you really need something that is light easy to use and not confusing. Different users find different apps better for their needs but what suits them may not be the best available at the moment. Col + 0 Votes Vipre ddanell 2 years ago I have switched to Vipre for all computers on my network. Have been using if for over a year now, and am rather impressed. I use the deluxe version which includes an integral firewall and spy blocker bundled together. I employ the "learning mode" so have good control on what get blocked and what I will let thru. It is not a memory hog like 2 other big name AV products out there. The site licensing and renewals is very seamless and easy to work with.. I run other utilities as a backup check, and nothing comes up, so I tend to believe that Vipre is doing its job fairly well. My favorite feature is the lack of background glut. + 4 Votes Best Anti-virus?? Pocos 2 years ago To think that any one product is the best antivirus is putting all your S***on the line. I prefer to use hardware first IE: router, then OpenDNS, then Microsoft Security Essentials, I use Abine in my Firefox browser, along with Adblock and I get Norton via my ISP at no cost. All play very well together and I have never encountered an issue they did not detect and eliminate. So far so good and total cost is only for OpenDNS (which is free but I prefer to send them $$ to support their efforts, great product). Finally I use caution in where I go and what I download...just ttrying to be ahead of the curve. I'm sure many folks have their own winning recipes for staying safe. + 2 Votes Comodo Anti-virus charleson 2 years ago The best Antivirus right now is Comodo Anti-Virus. It's free, easy and don't use much system resource. + 2 Votes Avira lance.kotze 2 years ago I used another free product starting with 'av'. After switching to Avira I detected weird software (fortunately, not running) that was on my PC for at least 6 months. + 6 Votes Software comparison tests and reviews georgekominakis 2 years ago http://www.av-comparatives.org/en/comparativesreviews + 4 Votes I would go for ESET.. Peconet Tietokoneet 2 years ago More here: http://www.esetscandinavia.com/products/eset-smart-security/ A bit costly but very good. But then it depends on peoples wallet and how much they are willing to spend to protect their data. + 5 Votes Anti virus dayen 2 years ago I also don not believe there is one best anti virus I have use almost every product I have found some very poor MEM hogs on others.. I also use ESET, AVG, AVAST, Spybot and Malwarebites I love combo, for search on the internet I run in VMWARE XP pro IE 8 with AVG and Spybot and yes I sent them $$ for their help + 2 Votes Corporate Anti-Virus PittDaddy 2 years ago If you are looking for a corporate anti-virus, I would highly recommend Sophos' line of solutions. They are designed for extremely low overhead, are very flexible and are usually rated at the top of reviews. I have used them for years with excellent results. + 3 Votes BEST AV Robert Przybylowicz 2 years ago I always tell my customers, "you can buy an executable for $100 or you can get it for free". Meaning if you click it you bypass any AV program. + 9 Votes Install the damn thing a.portman 2 years ago Kaspersky is very good. There are several reviews, it is near the top. I like Avira. The free version at home, the network version at work. Works, light on the resources, free or cheap depending on the version. Why go round and round on this? Kaspersky is a quality product. Sophos, and Avira are as well. Unless you have a hard price or quality position, go with it. Now, McAffee and Norton/Symantec? I'd rather live with the viruses.