What was the best part about using Avira Endpoint Security?
Avira is basically everything you would think an internet security software is, but with exceptions to others. While covering the basic need for protection, Avira comes with some great additional features. It is very easy to set up and provides fast updating so you could have the most recent protection. It is also resource light, meaning it won’t take up much of your hard-drive space - you won't have to worry about consumption cause you’ll barely realize it is there. Some of the more notable features are live scanning - meaning Avira will scan your surrounding in real time so when a virus pops up, you are safe from harm since you know about it in the instant and boom you can take care of it. The next great thing it offers, is an advanced web protection system that blocks suspicious third parties like fake shopping bags or other scams that try to take advantage of you. It has some more features like anti-botnet that also deals with third party botnet systems.
What would you change about your experience with Avira Endpoint Security?
Avira offers a lot for it’s users, but the main downside might be the extensive price. You will get the program on three devices, which is relatively cheap, but what I’m implying is with a little research on the internet, there are some freeware programs that offer the same security detail that Avira offers for money, actually it offers for money some of the same features with same capability than some of the most widely used and trusted freeware's on the market. Therefore, it brings up the question of the balance between worth and price.
Avira is an interesting program to try out. It offers more than some of the competitors on the market. It has some very strong competition in the freeware market since some of the most trusted and highly praised freewares offer 1 on 1 advantage same as Avira does. However, if you are fixed on buying a security program, it is rather cheap as you get the usage on 3 different devices with one purchase, also it gets cheaper the longer you stay tuned. In the end it’s worth trying out, especially if you are sceptical about freeware.