Microsoft Security Essentials
Cloudmark DesktopOne for email spam
The only one I paid for was MalwarebytesPro. I initially set up real-time protection on both MSE and Malwarebytes. I had zero problems and once Norton was gone the system came up perceptibly faster. However, recently I reviewed the anti-virus section and found that in one paragraph it says you should only run real-time protection on ONE anti-virus program at a time; and in another place it says that you should always run MalwarebytesPro's real-time protection. Right now MalwarebytesPro is NOT running real-time protection; it is running a scheduled quick scan every day. Should I turn it back on?? I am confused.
I have a desktop and a laptop. The desktop runs Win7 Pro 64-bit, the laptop runs Win7 Ultimate 64-bit. Since I don't do local email on the laptop it doesn't have Cloudmark.
Edited by hedera, 13 November 2012 - 04:14 PM.