When it comes to protecting internet users from the malicious effects of cyber crime and viruses, nobody does it better than Kaspersky. However, with the company adding new products to its range of paid for and free antivirus software all the time, how does 2011′s offering compare to previous versions that, at one point or another, we’ll probably all have had some level of exposure to?
If you do even the quickest of searches online, you’ll see that users are rating the Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 suite extremely highly, with 4 out of 5 stars and even 5 out of 5 stars a common sight on antivirus review sites and online security blogs.
However, what exactly are users identifying with so closely in order to come up with such raving reviews? Well, it would seem that one of the primary appealing features is the price, which represents extremely good value when viewed in light of the fact that up to three users can be fully protected by the product.
The product itself isn’t a small one by any means, taking up 110MB, but it is so user-friendly that you won’t really be aware that the software is running. Furthermore, if you’re really maxing out your laptop and have multiple programs open at the same time, the Kaspersky antivirus checking activities are reduced to their minimum level in order to ensure that the computer system doesn’t become overloaded.
As for the interface, the look is clean and modern, in a cool green shade that is a far cry from other antivirus programs that flash up in angry red on your screen, performing no function other than making you want to click away from them as quickly as possible. Navigation is simple and, most importantly of all, logical; if you’ve never used antivirus software like this before, Kaspersky’s range will ease you in gently.
With the online world seeming to be becoming more and more dangerous all the time, with new threats emerging every week, there has never been a better time to make sure you’re fully safeguarded against cyber crime.