Don't-Miss Antivirus software Stories
Avast Pro Antivirus 5 has a slick interface, but its middling malware detection performance prevents it from achieving a higher score.
G-Data AntiVirus 2011 is a solid package, with strong malware detection, blocking, and removal capabilities.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 is very effective at blocking new malware attacks and is easy to use, but it slows system performance more than we would like.
Can free antivirus software protect you? Or is it worth paying for a full-blown A/V app? We look at the benefits--and pitfalls--of free and paid antivirus products.
Avast Free Antivirus is a well-rounded free antivirus package: It does a solid job at blocking malware, has a pleasant interface, and scans files quickly.
The keyboard and trackpad on Acer's latest ultraportable laptop aren't perfect, but the sacrifices involved are acceptable when the result is such a sleek machine.
The 8x8 Virtual Office Pro, a browser-based software tool, handles fundamental office communication, but it lacks innovative extras.
This cloud antivirus download promises set-and-forget convenience and a light footprint.
Protect your PC against spyware--and now, against viruses--with the latest version of longtime favorite Ad-Aware Free.
This firewall is a snap to configure and manage, making it an excellent option for small businesses with fewer than 50 users.
This firewall offers enterprise-level security granularity in a presentation that won't scare off non-experts.
For a small business or branch office, the SonicWall TZ 200 can be all the routing and security needed.