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Kaspersky Now Free For Windows 8

If you’re concerned more about your computer and internet security and always looking for current security trends, latest threats, expert views, and whatsoever related to computer and internet security, you might like the free Windows 8 app Kaspersky Now. This free app delivers latest security news to you via Kaspersky blog RSS feed.

Also, if you have Kaspersky Internet Security or Kaspersky Anti-Virus installed on your Windows 8, Kaspersky Now displays the current protection status of your computer and allows running the main components including Scan, Update and Parental Control from the Microsoft Design Language interface.

 In short, with Kaspersky Now, you can keep up-to-date with current security trends, threat alerts, expert views, and more. It provides latest security news to you via Kaspersky blog RSS feed.

 Interested users may go Windows app store on your browser and install the Kaspersky Now app.


  1. The headline, here, is downright misleading. "Kaspersky Now" is the product name, but the way the headline is written it makes is seem like Kaspersky's anti-virus software is now free for Windows 8. All that's free, in reality, is "Kaspersky Now," which is just a news app.

    Learn to use quotation marks, for the loveofgod.

    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com


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