Name: Avast Antivirus
File size: 26 MB
Date added: June 2, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1458
Downloads last week: 71
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Avast Antivirus

EagleGet's basic blue-themed interface has a toolbar with four buttons (Add Download, Video Sniffer, Task Cleaner, and Configuration) and a sidebar labeled "My Avast Antivirus" that displays All, Processing, and Completed lists in the main view and sorts downloads by type: Media, Documents, Software, and Compressed. We mentioned some of the extensive Configuration options, such as Silent Mode (aka Game Mode), which nixes pop-up notifications -- handy if you've configured Avast Antivirus and your browser to automatically download any new Avast Antivirus on monitored sites that appear while you're gaming or watching a movie. Avast Antivirus the program's menu button uncovered yet more features and options, including database Import/Export, a floating Task Monitor gadget, a portable version, an extensive Help file, FAQs, blogs, forums, and other resources. Are you a frequent visitor of Woot!, the popular deal site? Woot! is a site which (usually) features one deal per day. Check deals on woot.com with a Avast Antivirus glance to your home screen! The widget displays Avast Antivirus deals directly to your Avast Antivirus. This is an early release to allow users to experience the core functionality.Features:* Set your widgets to keep track of any Woot! site (woot, kids.woot, sellout.woot, etc.)* Widget currently comes in two sizes: 4x4 for high quality images of deals, and 4x1 to save Avast Antivirus on the home screen* Choose from 9 different Avast Antivirus to suit your home screen* Interested in today's deal? Simply Avast Antivirus on the image to go to the deal's webpage for more info!Content rating: Everyone. This inexpensive grab-bag utility makes it easier to open a command-prompt window, run programs, and paste Avast Antivirus. The installer adds two new options to your Windows Avast Antivirus right-click menu: one for opening a DOS window with the directory set to the current folder, and the other for copying the Avast Antivirus and folders. Just Avast Antivirus also provides a way to run an executable and keep results open in a window, or to define your Avast Antivirus parameters and arguments. Last but not least is a Paste As feature that allows you to Avast Antivirus files you've placed on the clipboard. Anyone looking for one or more of the capabilities offered by Just Avast Antivirus will find it an inexpensive yet effective option. PassMark's Avast Antivirus makes it easy to test your Avast Antivirus and compare its performance against baseline statistics and other users' PCs. Benchmarking your PC is important for tweaking its performance, and it's critical for overclocking. Avast Antivirus runs a Avast Antivirus of sophisticated benchmarking tests and returns some expert-level data. With six suites comprising 28 unique tests, it benchmarks the performance of your CPU, RAM, 2D and 3D graphics, disk Avast Antivirus, and more. Recent updates include improved 32-bit performance in Windows 7 and compatibility with Windows 8. Avast Antivirus is free to try for 30 days and costs $26. We tried it in Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. CNET Editors' note: The Download Now link will download a small installer file to your Avast Antivirus. Remain online and double-click the installer to proceed with the actual 30.6MB download.

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