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xCooleyx
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Im new to pc gaming, i just got a decent setup and I'm trying to find some good antivirus software and other software that I should put on a fresh pc. I am up to date on all updates and drivers, anything else I should add besides an antivirus program?
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Built-in Windows AV is fine, and Windows Update gets all the drivers you need. Don't install more junk.
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Appreciate it, thanks
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r00t wrote Built-in Windows AV is fine, and Windows Update gets all the drivers you need. Don't install more junk.

Totally agree. I used to use AVG but years ago when Windows 7 rolled in, I started using the built in AV and have never regretted it. Best part about is that it consumes very low memory.

Still using Windows 7 and although updates for the OS have slowed down, Microsoft Security Essentials still get weekly updates.
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