Best antivirus software 2017: Protect your PC from viruses and ransomware

      You think  that you don’t need security software, think again. Ransomware ,trojans, attacks and other online threats are becoming more and more expanded.

      Even if Windows systeme come with Windows Defender built in, this antivirus provision isn’t guaranteed to protect you from the latest dangers. There’s a massive risk from the first day attacks that exploit previously unknown weak points. it means that the old version of simply scanning your PC for known virus doesn't keep you safe any more.


      This is a list of five of the best antivirus, which we’ve selected according to the advantage they offer, their influence on your system  and, crucially, how effective each one is at detecting both known and the first day of malware.

 


1. Kaspersky Internet Security 2017
 
Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 isn’t just a virus scanner. It’s the best security solution, with merit, including a secure web browser to ensure no one’s spying on your banking and shopping activities. And the option of limit kids that the parents will also appreciate it, so they don’t lost onto inconvenient websites.

2. Bitdefender Internet Security 2017

         When it comes to virus protection, Bitdefender Internet Security is as qualified as they come.It matched Kaspersky’s perfect 100% score, against both established malware and the first day threats.
      
  3. Avast Free Antivirus



Different to Bitdefender, Avast Free Antivirus certainly is not silent. As is usual with free antivirus software, while you’re using it, it occasionally favours you with little pop-up invitations to upgrade to one of Avast’s commercial security packages.


Avast Free Antivirus was capable to identify and block 99.9% of known malware, and swept up a very strong 99.4% of the first time threats.



4. Norton Security 2016


The Norton security trademark has been going for 25 years, so it must be doing something right. And indeed, it provided perfect 100% protection, proving equally effective against malware and unknown zero-day threats.




5. Trend Micro Internet Security


In tests, Trend Micro showed its worth with perfect 100% malware protection scores of all types. If you’re particularly concerned about the threat, you can enable “hypersensitive” mode, which applies more scanning defaults to make absolutely certain that nothing naughty is hiding on your PC, but this more aggressive approach may impact performance and battery life.