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Old 14th April 2014, 09:03   #1
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Default Replace Microsoft Security Essentials with A Proper Antivirus?

Are you one of the millions that has been on board with Microsoft Security Essentials from the beginning? If so, have you given any thought to the anti-virus protection provided by MSE? The numbers for MSE have been in decline for years and is starting to show its neglect in keeping pace with its competition. More recent tests have shown that MSE doesn't provide the features users should look for in an effective anti-virus. irus63/
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