Both security softwares provide superior protection against malware, but have minimal impact on PC performance. However, Kaspersky wins the overall comparison due to a simple and intuitive user interface as well as additional features such as the ability to manage passwords and file shredders.
The open-frame interface is heavily dominated by light colors and the most significant features are displayed at the top of the screen. The top display shows the current status of the device, while the rest are displayed as large blocks that can be used to access additional information or to accomplish specific tasks. This design is intuitive for the majority of computer users. Your subscription status is displayed in a an elegant bar at the bottom.
In the tests that were conducted by AV-Comparatives Kaspersky scored high marks for its security capabilities. This is a result of the fact that it identified all 752 samples and showed no false positives. The software was very effective when it came to analysing files and removing malicious code after they have been removed. Moreover, it has very little impact on performance and slowdowns.
Kaspersky has a http://www.softcrypto.org/improving-business-communication-with-paperless-meeting-software comprehensive knowledgebase and a forum for customers to can seek help and get answers. However, it doesn’t provide live chat or phone support which could be a disadvantage for some. It does provide an option to purchase tickets for customers that may need additional assistance.