If you're in the market for a simple-to-use piece of anti-spyware
that offers real-time protection in addition to spyware scans,
ZeroSpyware is worth a try. It has the usual set of features you
expect in a spyware killer, such as scheduling scans and protecting
your browser against hijacks. In addition to the usual anti-spyware
features, it has a few nice extras, such as a "vulnerability scan"
that checks to see whether you are missing up-to-date security
patches for Windows or applications.
But given that this is a for-pay piece of software, is it worth the
money, considering that there's plenty of free spyware killers out
there, including some that offer real-time protection? ZeroSpyware
does a few things they don't, such as give you access to live
diagnostics and personal assistance. So if that's important to you,
consider buying the program. Otherwise, a free piece of
anti-spyware should work fine for you.