It is important to prevent a virus, Trojan or any kind of malware from damaging an operating system and thus disrupting work. Here, Eset has proven to be a winner with the competition not so close when it comes to analyzing the results. Technical experts performed some tests on the software and detected that Eset was able to remove 96 percent more malware than the closest competitor. The closest results were achieved by a popular antivirus software that could detect just 81 percent of the number of viruses detected by our software.
Unsuspecting workers can live with the knowledge that this antivirus software is able to detect and remove close to a million viruses, worms, Trojans and other malware hiding somewhere on the Internet just waiting for the trigger to attack their systems and wreck havoc. Years of work can be lost to malware or viruses. Some of the popular virus detectors were comparatively slow when it came to detecting harmful software on a system. We feel that it is their updating system that is at fault. With fewer updates scheduled over a longer period of time, a lot of malware does a lot of damage before being detected and removed.
Owners of Eset are able to report a problem in real time. The back office and technical team are always ready to jump to resolving any issue relating to malicious programs and within no time at all, there is a solution at hand. Users can download updates that are available by the hour at times and secure their systems from malicious attacks. A lot of antivirus programs fail to do this.
We found that the software under test cleaned up all malware completely even scanning network hosts and registry settings including the unimportant ones. The results were a whopping 73 percent over the competition resulting in the system operating faster and in a more stable manner. Owners will definitely be a happier lot.
When it comes to installing the software, even an amateur can do it. The whole process is more or less automatic with the user just having to answer a few simple questions. The answers are all about checking check-boxes. Some users report that the software never sets the full system scan by default. This has to be done manually through the settings interface by the user at the time of installation. However, many users say that this cannot really be reported as a drawback of the software.
If any user does face a problem the program refers the user to the website where all contact information is just a click away. A support executive will be on hand or will get back to the customer within hours of the contact being initiated. This level of communication is important when security is an issue. Few antivirus programs have such backup support.