If anyone out there uses the Free Edition of AVG Ant-Virus, make sure to download the newest version, complete with new interface, before the end of the year. Installing is easier than ever, as they’ve done away with the old e-mail-you-a-security-code registration. Definitely worth the money.
After 5 years and millions of free downloads, GRISOFT is pleased to announce the upgrade of the popular AVG Free Edition. Individual home computer users with the NEW version of AVG Free Edition will now benefit from some of the significant improvements drawn from the AVG Professional Editions.
Please also be advised, that as of December 31st, 2004, database updates and support for older versions of AVG Free Edition will no longer be available. If you are currently using an older version of AVG Free Edition, we encourage you to download the new version of AVG Free Edition by the end of 2004.
I’ve used AVG Free Edition as my anti-virus software for about two years, and I’ve recommended it to quite a few others who’ve also had good results. Worth a look.
UPDATE: Also of interest might be the fact that I’m posting this using a Pentium II 400 MHz PC. That’s almost as slow as what Laura Ingalls used to blog about her experiences on the prairies of Minnesota and South Dakota.