Quick Heal or Kaspersky

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Which anti-virus is much more effective and better in Windows 10? Which one is well furnished and gives users a better performance and security for their PC? Which anti-virus should I choose within this two that will give me the security i've wish for? Because we all know that PC security is a serious issue at all, so can you suggest what should I choose within this two?
 

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I have 4 windows laptops [ windows 7,8 and 10 on them - 3 lenovo thinkpad + 1 acer ]..I am running KasperSky and Norton Security deluxe on them. So far I am happy with both of them. Mostly either of these [ Quick Heal I have never tried ] can protect you well...so choose based on your budget. Of course, wait to hear more from our fellow members :)
 

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I already tried Kaspersky and you're right. It gives me the protection I want and their performance makes me happy as well but I never heard about this Quick Heal also because its such an unfamiliar anti-virus but they say that this Quick Heal is a well furnished so I guess I will try it also in some other time to see their differences.
 

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+1 for Kaspersky and Norton. :)
 

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I agree on Kaspersky! It secures me more than the other anti-virus. The scan system of it is amazing and it really scans and removes the threats found on my computer!
 

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Kaspersky, since it is globally renowned and a lot of people could testify to their quality performance. They have already established the name and they have a solid reputation along with it. It's really hard to go wrong with Kaspersky. I have used a free trial of Quick Heal, though, and I did not really have any issues with it. It is very similar to other antivirus and it pretty much does its job of protecting the pc.
 

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Most of the users here says Kaspersky for the win. Kaspersky is a well-furnished anti-virus but a not so popular one. I agree that Kaspersky deals with so many threats found in the internet world that's why all of us need a more secure anti-virus to protect our own. Cheers!
 

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I believe Kaspersky has the higher detection rate. I have used Kaspersky before but switched away from it to another company. I forget my exact reasons why, but it's resource usage increasing I think was one of the reasons.
 

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Yeah, we all have a different perspective on different app. We can experience better or worst within the app and we all have the power to decide which app we will use. I guess you have a different taste for an anti-virus. Glad to hear it from you! Cheers!
 
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