Avast Antivirus Review

Avast offers a wide range of features in collaboration software for remote work a well-designed software which performs exceptionally well in independent tests and effectively eliminates threats. The free version is among the top available, and its premium and ultimate versions include extra features that differentiate it from other software. It includes a sandbox that isolates unknown files as well as Wi-Fi Inspector that checks for vulnerabilities in your home network and allows you connect with security using private or public networks.

Avat Antivirus is available for Windows-based PCs as Avast Free Antivirus, macOS-based Mac computers as Avast Security, Android mobile devices as Avast Mobile Security, and Apple products like the iPad, iPhone, and iPod as Avast SecureLine. Avast Endpoint Protection is also available as a version for businesses.

Its user interface features a elegant and minimalist design, with a blue theme with orange accents (from its logo) and green “all-clear” buttons to indicate whether your computer is secure. The tools are divided into three tabs on the left side of the screen: Protection, Privacy and Performance.

Avast was at the center the privacy debate in early 2020 when it was accused by many of selling information about its users. This included what sites they visited, their search words, and videos they watched. Although Avast claims that it has stopped this practice, some experts are still wary of the program.

Avast has an extremely high rate of malware detection. Its antivirus software is also praised for its light impact on operating systems and its speed. It’s easy to install and has a great customer support reputation. However, its paid plans are costly in comparison to other software. Avast provides a 30-day money-back guarantee.