AVG Antivirus..

By raadeekaa
May 4, 2005
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  1. tokyo-joe

    tokyo-joe Newcomer, in training Posts: 45

    wait a second!

    Hang on, Mr Thicky here, I was under the impression that having 2 anti-virus programs was not advisable on one computer - am I right or not?

    Sorry for buttin' in.

    Joe
  2. kraugie

    kraugie Newcomer, in training Posts: 28

    Not Recommended For Average User

    Under normal curcumstances, that is, on a workstation, I would not advise using two AV programs as the can conflict with each other. In my test machine setting I'm using them to remove viruses, not prevent. I also have auto-protect enabled on only one at a time.
  3. tokyo-joe

    tokyo-joe Newcomer, in training Posts: 45

    Ooh, thanks for that, I shall just stick to the one, Kaspersky, which by the looks of things is supposed to be about the best.
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