Okay I am now using a free trial of Eset Smart Security 7 as well Malwarebytes anti-malware which I will buy as soon as I get paid next. However I have also been a bit torn as to whether or not include SuperAntispyware as well. But then I noticed that Eset smart security 7 has anti-spyware anyway and so it's not necessary to have an additional antispyware program and this could potentially cause problems as well.
One of the things that has been confusing me is that I recently learned that some spyware have different signature patterns than viruses and that some AV's might miss. But if some AVs are now actually security suits that include anti-spyware then it's not necessary to include additional anti-spyware programs since they would be designed to catch spyware too.
I was using Kaspersky Pure before but don't think that has anti-spyware and also a bit heavier on the CPU as well. So I think I will stick with Eset Smart Security 7. Even though I did like the instant message protection that Kasperky pure offered. But I'm sure now the latest version of Eset would include that as well I think Anyway there are also other ways around getting instant message protection and any other things that some AVs may not include such as securer chat clients and common sense.
Anyway I am almost certain it's not necessary to have Super Anti-spy-ware pro as well as Malwarebytes and Eset but would still like to know what you guys think possibly for extra reassurance.
I also have to say that I have not yet any problems so far with Eset and Malwarebytes. I have however had a problem with internet explorer not responding at some point but that's an MS security update problem which I will fix later.
Oh and why I think of it as I've now got Eset smart security would it be okay to turn off Windows defender?
Well that's all my concerns anyway. If any of you could help me with this I'd be very grateful. Thanks for your time.