15 Fresh Free Antivirus Software You Must Use for Better Protection

Antivirus is must in current scenario of Internet use, as there are many hackers waiting for you to steal your data even your identity (is case if you are popular). Millions of viruses are around you for attacking your system which may cost you serious consequences. To avoid serious circumstances you must use an antivirus program which should be capable to handle latest viruses, rootkits, malwares etc.

We know you want to stick with your old so called professional antivirus program because it has brand name behind it and is quite popular among users but that’s not mean any other new security program doesn’t have the same or greater potential or your own skilled security program doesn’t have any bug causing you security breach.

You must have been experienced many articles regarding ‘free antivirus’ or ‘free pc protection software’ etc. but you find one thing common in those article – most of the antivirus programs or pc security applications listed in those articles are same. So you might get bored while getting the same thing in every article.

Today, we are featuring [highlight-red]15 Free PC security tools or Antivirus applications which have never been listed before and not so popular either[/highlight-red]. But their performance index is superb and these are able to clean out your system from rootkit, virus, Trojan horse or malware etc. We hope you will find one suitable for your system; comment box is open as usually for your valuable suggestions and recommendations.

1. Greatis Reanimator

Reanimator’s compact interface isn’t the most efficient or attractive design we’ve encountered, but it gets the job done. Since the program automatically checked for updates when we opened it, we clicked Backup System Files to create a backup of our system settings.
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2. Virus Effect Remover

The program’s interface equally impressed and baffled us. While it looks very professional, it was so full of options, commands, and visuals that we never felt comfortable or in control with it, even when we were following the Help file’s instructions to the letter.
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3. FortiClient Lite

FortiClient Lite leverages FortiClient’s Antivirus technology, developed in-house by Fortinet. FortiClient Antivirus has achieved more than twenty VB100 awards and is capable of detecting threats on both a reactive and proactive basis. Proactive detection is based on detecting zero-day malware that has never been seen before in the wild.
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4. Multi Virus Cleaner

It is not a substitute for full anti-virus protection, but rather a tool to assist administrators and users when cleaning infected systems. Multi Virus Cleaner is regularly updated and can detect hundreds of common viruses, worms, trojans, dialers and spyware (including all variants of the Sober, MyDoom, Nyxem and Bagle viruses).
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5. ThreatFire AntiVirus

ThreatFire seeks out rootkits, heuristics-based threats, viruses, worms, Trojans, spyware, adware, keyloggers, and buffer overflows. The software real-time protection didn’t noticeably slow down our computer, and the customizable advanced settings were excellent.
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6. Autorun Eater

Autorun Eater will warn you and remove any suspicious ‘autorun.inf’ files(based on user decision/settings) so that the malware is not executed while accessing the infected drive. There are also certain cases whereby the malware has been removed by an antivirus but the ‘autorun.inf’ files remains.
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7. ARTAV Antivirus

ARTAV Antivirus is a small and easy to use antivirus solution that will help you prevent and protect your PC from viruses, Trojans, and worms. The application features an easy to use and user friendly interface, with complete features like: Hybrid Scan, Registry Repair, Realtime Protection and Lock Drives from Virus.
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8. Rising Antivirus Free Edition

Rising Antivirus can be installed and set up quickly a reboot, and its initial scan completed very quickly. With a colorful, space-themed background and large icons and controls, the program’s interface is easy to use, though the English translations sometimes came up short.
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9. ProcessGuard

The program’s interface is handy and requires minimal user configuration. However, you will need to run the utility in learning mode for several hours so ProcessGuard can examine your computer and determine which processes are safe.
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10. UnThreat Free AntiVirus

The highly effective Anti-Virus engine is built to instantly scan, detect and remove viruses, Trojans, worms as well as other suspicious or unknown threats that reach your system through attachments, downloads or removable storage devices.
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11. ClamWin Antivirus

ClamWin’s installer let us choose to integrate the program with Explorer and install the Outlook module, both of which we selected. Right-clicking the program’s system-tray icon let us configure and update ClamWin as well as schedule scans, display reports, manually check for updates, and attend to other matters.
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12. Startup Guard

We were impressed by Startup Guard’s interface, with its professional look, and its few commands all felt intuitive to operate. While the program offers no Help file or instructions, we never felt lost without them. Startup Guard’s main job is to help you organize which programs do and do not open when your PC boots up.
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13. Returnil System Safe Free 2011

The free version lacks features such as the automatic system rollback feature, remote online management, and free technical support. More significantly, it disables the File Manager that lets users save files and make changes to their main system from inside Returnil’s virtual system.
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14. Cloudmark DesktopOne

Cloudmark DesktopOne anti-spam software integrates with your existing software, including Outlook, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, and Windows Mail. It checks incoming e-mail, determines whether it’s spam, and then automatically routes spam to a spam folder.
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15. Immunet Protect

Common Windows security wisdom says it’s a bad idea to run multiple antivirus apps simultaneously. Generally that’s true, but Immunet 2.0 intends to play nice with your existing protection and bolster it with help from the cloud and the crowd. Immunet’s latest update introduces new scanning tools, detection engines, and support in a bid to persuade users that the program is the spackle they need to plug the holes in their security wall.
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  1. francis January 23, 2012

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