Free Avast Anti Virus 7

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My antivirus software is now expired. I want to update it or change my anti virus.

I heard from my friend that this Avast Antivirus 7 is good.

I got confused because my other colleague said that it has a low scan process.

Do you think this is the time to change my avast old version to new?

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Free Avast Anti Virus 7

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It is incredibly important to update your antivirus software. If it is now expired, you have to update the existing software with the latest version or get a new one. Your computer need an antivirus so that it will be safe and guarded against worms, viruses, other uninvited programs and new techniques that intruders have recently developed. There are new antivirus versions this year.
 
If you are looking for the best rated free antivirus software for 2012 and most feature-rich anti-malware solutions on the market, then Avast Antivirus Version 7 is one of them. Avast Version 7 claims to be the world's most popular antivirus with almost 200 million active users. It has gained a lot of trust from internet users.
 
If you download it for free, you will have an engine for blocking viruses and Spyware and allows assistance from a geek friend. Scanning has remained the same with the old version as far as the options are concerned. Download the free Avast! Antivirus 7 software here: http://www.avast.com/index
 
Avast Antivirus Version 7
 
If you do not wish to use Avast Antivirus Version 7, then AVG 2012 is an excellent alternative. It is highly ranked and rewarded because of its easy to use interface and comprehensive virus protection. It automatically updates to protect you from a continually evolving threats.
 
This software comes with a firewall to block attempts to sabotage your system and identity protection. You can get the AVG antivirus free download by visiting their site here: http://free.avg.com/us-en/free-antivirus-download
 
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