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Comodo Anti virus

I am currently using Comodo anti virus on all 5 of our home computers. I have tried Avast and found it to slow the 2 older pc's down to a crawl at times. I would like to use one program on all computers as I am the administrator of our home network. Any suggestions or recommendations would be appreciated. Free programs are preferred of course.
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altraskjr
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younghvCommented:
With no reservations, I would recommend a combination of Microsoft MSE and Malwarebytes-Pro.

Links and prices (MSE is free) to follow.
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younghvCommented:

http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/

http://www.malwarebytes.org/ (About US$20 each)
https://store.malwarebytes.org/342/?scope=checkout&id=m5khWdgWJ8

Both will give you "On-Access" protection with a small footprint taking away from your processor.

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David KrollCommented:
I agree with younghv, MSE and Malwarebytes is a great combination.
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Aaron TomoskyTechnology ConsultantCommented:
Your question doesn't mention why comodo isn't a viable solution?
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altraskjrAuthor Commented:
Not saying comodo isn't viable. Just looking for the best option.
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younghvCommented:
I think you are light-years ahead to use FREE MSE and Paid MBAM.
There is simply no comparision with the amount of anti-virus + anti-malware/spyware you will be getting.
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pankusareenCommented:
Avira is a good option
http://www.avira.com/ 
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younghvCommented:
@pankusareen,
Do you have any actual reasons for making that post?
Comments/suggestions are only helpful if you give some kind of comment/thoughts behind your post.
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pankusareenCommented:
younghv: Actually i am using the free version of avira myself on p-4 without much performance lack
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