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We tested security suites on PCs, tablets, and phones to evaluate how well they protect against viruses and other threats.
Kaspersky's 2013 suite lets beginners and advanced users alike will get the most out of the product. It put up good scores in malware detection tests, too.
Webroot's speedy suite will do a good—but not outstanding—job at keeping you safe.
G Data has put together an effective antimalware suite, but it suffers from an annoying installation process and a settings panel that is better suited to advanced users.
McAfee didn’t earn top marks in our security suite tests, but it’s still a mostly proficient antimalware program with a user-friendly interface.
Bitdefender's user-friendly interface will appeal to all user levels.
This program is competent at detecting, disabling, and cleaning up malware, but its unfriendly user interface is a big problem.
AVG is a perfectly respectable antivirus program. But “perfectly respectable” just doesn’t cut it these days.