If you are using a computer with Microsoft Windows running on it, you need an antivirus software as well. Doesn’t matter if it’s 2017 and whether computing has become advanced or not, the threat on Windows operating system remains and Windows Defender isn’t really so powerful like its third party counterparts. Fortunately though, getting antivirus protection doesn’t always cost you money even if it’s from a third party vendor. AVG is a pretty well-known anti-malware developer and the free AVG Antivirus is a reputed product among the expert users. There’s a paid version, but for the most basic needs AVG Antivirus Technical Support Phone Number offers a great free antivirus.
Antivirus software are known to be taking a lot of system resources; especially the memory and CPU. While the newer PCs aren’t really harmed, the older ones are easily impacted by performance lag. During our tests, AVG and Avast both antivirus seemed to have done well. AVG takes 32 seconds while Avast takes 28 during the first boot of Windows OS on a computer that has HDD as the primary storage device. This difference is very minor and negligible. AVG has introduced a new Zen UI for remote management of AVG-protected devices; and an initial pane for basic controls. Although there’s a whole lot of buttons, dials and options in the first screen of AVG Antivirus Installation Support Number, it still looks okay.