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If you’re looking for a simple and comprehensive antivirus program that can protect all your devices and online activities, there aren’t any better alternatives than Avast Free Antivirus. Its malware detection rate is up among the top in our tests, and other features like a password manager along with a file shredder and tune up tools are available. However, the program consumes memory and can cause slowdowns when scanning large files or running programs.

The paid versions of Avast are a little more expensive, but they do offer some nice extras including parental controls as well as a fantastic browser extension to help keep your privacy in check. Cloud storage is also a part of that can be used to back up files or to create an emergency restore point. There are several security suites to choose from, ranging from the entry level Antivirus Plus up to the most powerful Total Security. There’s also a ransomware specific protection and Sandboxes that can be used to test apps that are suspicious. Bonuses

Kaspersky takes a different approach to other premium antivirus software since its products are all variations of the same program. The main difference between the larger versions is that they have additional features like a built-in VPN and a password manager. They also provide support for more devices, including the simplest subscription offering protection for one computer and up to five at the top of the spectrum.

Sophos AV-Home offers good price for the money and the most recent version performed well in our tests. It’s not as robust like some of the other options, but its stripped-down interface is suitable for beginner users. If you’re looking for more functions the company’s home products can expand to cover up to 10 devices.