One of the most popular anti-virus software for Windows
|Latest Version||Avast Free Antivirus 20.9.5758|
Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 64
|Updated||November 11, 2020|
It scans for security and performance issues and tells you how to fix things instantly. It protects you in real-time by analyzing unknown files before they get to you. So relax: With Avast, you’re running the most trusted antivirus out there. Packed with the largest threat-detection network, machine-learning virus protection, easy password management, and home network security that won’t slow down your Desktop.
The newest version of the most-trusted security in the world is ready, and it’s completely free. Avast Free Antivirus protects more than 220 million people, businesses, and mobile devices worldwide. It uses multiple layers of security to keep you safe from even the newest, never-before-seen threats.
Features and Highlights
Remove annoying browser toolbars or extensions, and restore your hijacked search browser.
Easily update your important software to increase the overall security and condition of your PC.
Remote Assistance lets you help or is helped over the Internet.
Designed for effortless security
Just a click of fresh, new, easy-to-use interface checks everything from your passwords to your home network security.
Game or movie time
It renamed Game Mode and taught it some new tricks. Now called Do Not Disturb Mode, it blocks distracting popups whether you’re gaming, watching movies, or presenting in fullscreen.
Introducing Behavior Shield
It doesn’t just check your applications for malware. It now keeps an eye on their behavior to make sure they don’t suddenly go rogue.
Detect and block viruses, malware, spyware, ransomware, and phishing. It uses smart analytics to stop threats before they affect you.
Automatically send suspicious files for analysis in the cloud, and push a cure to all Avast users if it's a threat.
Automatically detect weaknesses in your home Wi-Fi and strangers piggybacking on your network.
Find all those cracks which allow malware to slip in, from unsafe settings and passwords to suspicious add-ons and out-of-date program.
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