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Download AVG Anti-Virus Free 2012: Now With Enhanced Protection

AVG has released 2012 line of products for Internet Security, Antivirus, and Antivirus Free with some important security improvements including better protection against fake antivirus and ransomware. On the first run, I noticed that, unlike the previous 2011 edition it is lightweight on system, especially when scanning the PC.

In addition to all security protection it offers to secure your online life, AVG 2012 requires less hard drive space. It is by reducing the size of virus signature database by 40 percent, said AVG.

AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2012 allows you the followings:
  • Surf and search with confidence LinkScanner's real-time protection.
  • Stay protected on social networks with AVG Social Networking Protection.
  • Enjoy a faster running PC AVG Smart Scanning works while you're away and runs in low priority mode when you return..
  • Stay up-to-date with the latest threat information from the AVG Community Protection Network and AVG Protective Cloud Technology.
AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2012 can be downloaded from here (web installer) and from here (32bit, Offline installer, 150MB).


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