Reply to post: Re: IT Crowd

Google probes AVG Chrome widget after 9m users exposed by bugs

RIBrsiq

Re: IT Crowd

"Seriously, have you tried turning it off and on again?"

Or, more specifically to AVG's case, turning it off and leaving it that way...?

I mean, if one's willing to pay for an AV -- a sound and recommended investment, IMO -- there are really great ones out there. But for the price of free, nothing is much better than Windows Defender.

Now, I'm not saying Windows Defender is any good, mind! I'm just saying most free AVs I tried are comparable to it.

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