Updating avg antivirus database
Since new viruses are frequently distributed, it is important to keep your software's virus database up-to-date.
Fortunately, most antivirus programs automatically update the virus database on a regular basis.
In regards to A/V 7.5 Free, I've read different things (and all from the AVG forum).
When the time comes for me to update and have to uninstall those three prior programs first, I want to make sure I do it right (and I'm sure others would as well). I reinstalled 7.5 from an old utilities disk and immediately got the message that I was using a VERY OLD version. How much would it take to keep a set of definitions current?Utilities that include both antivirus and firewall capabilities are typically branded "Internet Security" software or something similar.While antivirus programs are available for Windows, Macintosh, and Unix platforms, most antivirus software is sold for Windows systems.This is because most viruses are targeted towards Windows computers and therefore virus protection is especially important for Windows users.
If you are a Windows user, it is smart to have at least one antivirus program installed on your computer.
), but it is directly related to the ending of AVG 7.5 Free... I don't plan on updating until the very last moment when AVG decides to stop supporting/updating 7.5 A/V Free and 7.5 Antispyware Free.