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A lot of malware is getting into my computer due to constant downloads. I would like to find an efficient tool which can clean up all the malware and keep my computer secure. Which is the best free malware removal tool that I can install?

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The best free malware removal tool present

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Techarena.org has rated malware removal software according to its features and popularity. All of these have both free versions and paid premium version. So, it is your choice to make from the list below:
– Malwarebytes
– Spybot Search and Destroy
– Ad-Aware Free Antivirus
– Super Antispyware
– Panda Antivirus
– Adw cleaner
– AVG Antivirus
– Microsoft Security Essentials.

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The best free malware removal tool present

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The best protection you can always give your computer is installing a reliable antivirus or internet security program. But just installing an antivirus on your computer is not enough. You have to make sure it is up-to-date so you are protected against the latest threats that are getting discovered everyday. Installing an excellent antivirus or internet security program but not updating it is useless.

There are many antivirus and internet security programs available in the market and one of them that you should try is ESET NOD32 Antivirus. It supports Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 including Windows Home Server 2011. Unfortunately, the latest version no longer supports Microsoft Windows XP. Another one you should try is ESET Internet Security which is formerly known as ESET Smart Security.

Both applications support the same system requirements. I think the last version to support Windows XP is ESET Smart Security 8. Aside from these two ESET products, you can also try Norton Security Deluxe. Norton Antivirus and Norton Internet Security have been merged into one giving you this application.

It supports Windows XP Service Pack 3 (32-bit only), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 both 32-bit and 64-bit.

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