I've been using EAM on one Windows 7 computer for over 2 years, going into my 3rd year. It's one of the more reliable security choices on the market & at the same time, very light on computer resources. Powerful AV & AM real time protection bundled into one package.
It really was great last year seeing Emsisoft debuting on the AV-Comparatives chart for the first time & did Christian & team impress or what? 100% on very first test!
The Emsisoft brand is poised for growth in the North American market, success will not be ignored. EAM was installed on my computer prior to the latest successes & I knew deep down that huge things were in store for this fantastic team. The folks at Emsisoft works hard for their customers & rewards them for loyalty, over time, up to 60% discount for EAM.
I like the new interface, though the old one was fine, the latest is pleasing to the eyes. All controls are in plain sight, no having to dig to find anything. Customers can even backup their configuration in case of hardware or software failure, this is also in the interface.
One notable feature of EAM, unlike many security software choices, isn't a resource hogger. Runs good on all types of hardware configurations, even my 10 year old T42 ThinkPad, though it's a 1.73GHz Pentium M, runs more like a P3. However, EAM doesn't slow it, is likely the lightest security app that it's seen. At the same time, solid protection from the unknown.
Emsisoft offers a 30 day no obligation trial to anyone wanting to try EAM. Blade has already linked the site in the first sentence of the OP, no need for me to again.