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Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2014 - 3 User Family Edition

by Kaspersky Lab
Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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  • Real-time protection against viruses, spyware, Trojans, rootkits, and more
  • Automatic Exploit Prevention to ensure vulnerabilities won't compromise your PC
  • Website and email scanning to detect malicious software

System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Seems to be working April 19 2014
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When I tried to install from the CD on Windows 8 which was suppose to work it did not want to install. Instead I had to go on line with an advisor from the Kaspersky who unable to make it work. In the end Kaspersky made me download from another web site, I also found the software cheaper at Future Shop a couple of weeks after my purchase. Amazon your reputation for better prices is challenged!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars July 14 2014
By Terry
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Seems to be doing its job.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good price for a good antivirus package. Dec 5 2013
By Chris Winchester - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
Good Antivirus checker. I use this software at work and was given a chance to try it. It is cheap and you get a good all around antivirus. It runs quietly in the back and you don't really notice it running. You get three users for the price and it really is worth it. Twenty bucks for a solid antivirus is a great deal. Do not get the advanced version as most people will never need to use it. Just get the antivirus and you will be a lot happier as I know this version really is solid.
26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unobtrusive anti-virus that does its job like a generally efficient and competent butler (on Firefox) Oct. 18 2013
By brian komyathy - Published on Amazon.com
Lots of anti-virus seemingly do the same things, or so we assume, but then again so do good butlers. Of course, not many people have butlers anymore, but efficient and stress-free anti-virus might be their modern equivalent. Having used this software with Windows 7 and Firefox I can't say that I have had any problems. (I rarely use Internet Explorer so I can't say how this product works with that browser (or Google Chrome, which I have not tried, either.) Once in a while in Firefox (especially when going to job websites) a Kaspersky flash popup tells me that a phishing URL has been blocked, but that's about the only time I "hear" from them. Kaspersky never emails you, never tries to up sell you on anything and the only time you directly hear from them is when their yearly 'contract' comes up for renewal. What's better than that? (Especially for non-technophobes who really can't be bothered with concerning themselves with what their 'butler' is up to all the time).

Aside caution for international travelers/workers: This software for 3 computers only installs when the computer you are using is in the USA. If, say, you have to wipe your drive while on a visit to Mexico or wherever or find yourself in Europe for the summer and want to load this software on a second computer while abroad it won't be possible. The internet has no boundaries they say, but Kaspersky does!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Microsoft security essentials vs Kaspersky Dec 31 2013
By J. Haggard - Published on Amazon.com
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I'll admit, I'm cheap when it comes to software, I like opensource or free trusted software because there are so many good programs that exist. I had the chance to try out Kaspersky AV and I tell you, it's ok but it doesn't appear to give me anything that other free programs deliver. Kaspersky installs fine on on your computer assuming you meet all the requirements. Inmy case It found I had security essentials and asked to remove it, that for the most part worked. It then installed itself and did the updates. What I found was that it is a virus scanner/protector and while that's cool and all other applications like AVG and Microsoft security essentials do similar functions and are free of charge.

That being said, there is something that you can say about paid software, and that is you typically will get a little higher quality, more regular updates and there is a vested interest in keeping you as a customer so often the software is a bit better. In my opinion as an IT guy Kaspersky IS good, it does a good job for what it is and for that I will rate it at 4 stars. HOWEVER, there are alternates available that are perfectly adequate for typical users that will cost nothing and also receive frequent updates.

People complain that this will slow your computer down, it wasn't that bad. In fact it was no worse than some of the other software I have tried by companies like McAfee and Symantec. Truth is all AV software has overhead as it is a resource running in the background. Any AV software that doesn't impact performance a little bit probably isn't running right. The trick is to find that right balance, and Kaspersky really isn't bad, they seemed to have gotten it down good, the program is easy to use. I just don't care for the price tag. If this was $12-$15 I could justify it, but at the current price of $28.99 (12/31/13) it's hard to give it 5 stars with so many options available.
22 of 29 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Works, but surprisingly unpolished Nov. 18 2013
By J. Seidman - Published on Amazon.com
I installed this on both my laptop and my daughter's, and was surprised in both cases at how rough the product was. I know Kaspersky is a big name, so I was expecting everything to go without a hitch. Both machines were running Windows 7 Ultimate.

On both computers, the installer autoran when I inserted the disk. And, in both cases, it told me that I didn't have sufficient privileges to complete the installation, even though I was logged in as an administrator. I had to exit the installer, open the disk in Windows Explorer, and manually "Run as Administrator" to get it to work.

Both of the machines were running Microsoft Security Essentials, which the installer detected, and offered to uninstall automatically. It failed to actually do so on my computer, and I wound up having to uninstall MSE manually. It did, however, work on my daughter's computer. In both cases, it then required a reboot to continue the installation.

I had selected the option to download the latest version. Surprisingly, this did not also download the latest definition file, but instead brought down one that was several days old. If I hadn't accidentally clicked on the "update" button on one of the computers, I wouldn't have noticed this detail.

As soon as I had it all installed and updated, I ran scans on both computes. When I came back half an hour later to check on them, I discovered that my daughter's computer had shut off. While MSE will keep a laptop from going to sleep while it's in the middle of a scan, Kaspersky apparently isn't that sophisticated. If your power plan puts your computer to sleep, you have to manually change it or put your computer into presentation mode to allow the scan to finish.

Kaspersky didn't find anything on either computer, so I can't speak to its friendliness in dealing with malware. If I do suffer an infection, I hope the removal procedure is more polished than what I've seen so far.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kaspersky is the best ... Dec 31 2013
By Xenot - Published on Amazon.com
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I will admit that a couple of years ago, I thought I'd save a little money and I went with another anti-virus company (Trend Micro). I had so many problems with their program and it didn't really protect me either. Then I had to deal with their technicians who were pretty much scam artists trying to sell "system clean-up" services which I shouldn't have needed if their product worked in the first place. I went back to Kaspersky realizing that a few extra dollars went a long way in the end. This is my 3rd year with Kaspersky and I have already gotten warning prompts when entering dangerous cyber territory. Your superior product is greatly appreciated!
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