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Well, to me, malware bytes is accessible enough and it gets the
job done. I've been using it for several years, and it generally
doesn't get in the way and the price for the subscription is
On 2/19/2021 01:07, Phillip Gross
Thanks. As I said
it has been a couple of years and I was considering my options.
I studied the test results before I did anything. I realize it’s
close to the top and performs well, but so do several others.
There aren’t many tests out there that tell you how well something
works with a screen reader and I was curious how others performed.
I realize it’s a small, hell minuscule, sample-size but the only
malware I have received in the past 2 years was missed by Windows
Defender. Luckily a MalwareBytes scan caught it. I’m not
denouncing Windows defender because of this.
Finally, something I should have added in my original post, I use
my computer for freelance work and receive files who’s origins I
can’t always be 100% sure of. I don’t mind paying for peace of
mind, I would rather not, but I don’t mind if I have to.