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Anyone successful use Kaspersky on windows 8?

My opinion is this is the worst antivirus software ever.

It has caused numerous problems such as turning off my wireless, causing error messages, and crashing my computer. Also removed my restore points on my computer so I cannot even do a system restore. And removed a bunch of programs.

Looking to hear your review on kaspersky:
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  • Profile picture of the author GarrieWilson
    BitDefender is pretty bad too.
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    • Profile picture of the author hndsign
      Originally Posted by GarrieWilson View Post

      BitDefender is pretty bad too.
      Really? how's bad?
      i have plan to buy license for BitDefender, because they give special offer $20 per years

      thanks for your info
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  • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
    Originally Posted by Resale Rights Ninja View Post

    Anyone successful use Kaspersky on windows 8?

    My opinion is this is the worst antivirus software ever.

    It has caused numerous problems such as turning off my wireless, causing error messages, and crashing my computer. Also removed my restore points on my computer so I cannot even do a system restore. And removed a bunch of programs.

    Looking to hear your review on kaspersky:
    Been using Kaspersky for years in an enterprise environment with no problems. Workspace is a bit different from the normal home user edition however.

    The problems you describe, sound more like the symptoms of malware vs AV problems.
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  • Profile picture of the author MartinPlatt
    I've heard its supposed to be the best at detecting viruses, but when I tried it, I didn't like it.

    I used Avast for ages, but recently started using the microsoft windows defender because it also caused me a few problems too. I took that on, because I reasoned if they don't know how to work with Windows 8, nobody will....

    I think viruses in general have to dig themselves deep into a system, so that they cannot be exploited, which can cause these problems.

    They need to take over certain aspects of the operating system to be able to intercept the viruses.
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