AVG provides a robust feature package and a near-perfect malware detection score. It also comes with one of the best firewalls I’ve tested with a reliable web and email scanner and powerful device optimization tools. However, it lacks parental controls and reliable ransomware security. It also has a tendency to bog down performance, particularly on computers with lower performance.
AVG’s free version offers basic malware protection but doesn’t include an internet scanner or firewall. The basic plan comes with a more extensive set of features, and premium plans come with useful features like a system tune-up and VPN.
The mobile applications of AVG offer exclusive features that are not available in the desktop version. For instance the Android app allows you to remotely secure and wipe your phone if it gets lost. It also provides a handy photo vault which can store all your private photos and videos securely. Its anti-theft software is useful, allowing you to track the location of your phone and sound a siren.
AVG’s easy-to-use interface uses recognizable thumbnails and headings to aid you in understanding its many features. In its settings menu, you can adjust the scan sensitivity and add or remove file formats from the scan. You can also enable advanced www.doniphanwest.org/data-rooms-are-developing-ai-tech-solutions-for-ma-process/ options like shredding and deep scanning after they’ve been scan. You can also alter pop-up notifications, configure which data is shared with AVG, and enable “do-not-disturb” mode for full screen gaming or video viewing.