Top 5 Free Antivirus Programs for 2018

Hackers have been responsible for many internet crimes over the last year and they proved their ability to create deadly malware. Malicious viruses can get user’s personal data such as credentials or online banking accounts. Thankfully, most giant leaders of the security industry release antivirus software for free.

Most recommended antivirus programs for 2018

There are plenty of antivirus programs to choose from, but not all of them are free and efficient. Some of the best free antivirus are Avast! Freee Antivirus, Comodo Free Antivirus, AVG Anti-Virus Free, Avira Free Antivirus and Bitdefender Free Antivirus.

Avast Free Antivirus

Our first choice is one of the best free antivirus programs on the market. It has plenty of features and an antispyware system that will protect user’s PC from malicious content. Avast has been around since 1988 and it was always a company with good products, and little to no complaints.

Comodo Free Antivirus

This antivirus is very efficient, due to the fact that it incorporates defense, technology, sandboxing and containment techniques. It is free and 100% efficient. Comodo Free Antivirus quarantines unknown files and it is compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 10.

AVG Free Antivirus

This free antivirus is accessible and it also contains an email scanner, a connect scanner, planned filtering choices and programmed updates. Many recommend it and describe AVG Free Antivirus as elite software.

Avira Free Antivirus

This antivirus software protects devices from Trojans, worms, spyware, malicious infections, pop-ups and adware. It is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP and Vista. It can also support Mac operating system and it uses a propelled heuristic mechanism.

Bitdefender Free Antivirus

The free of charge version is simple and easy to arrange. Another advantage is that it does not use too much system resources. Bitdefender continuously releases updates to make sure it stays ahead of threats.

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Costea Lestoc

Costea used to write for Android Community now is focusing his attention to TAJ. He has 2 college degrees, one in Marketing and one in Law department. A journalist by profession, writing for 12 years about latest trends, extremely passionate about juicy tech news and in charge of the tech section category. For tech tips, my email address is

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