You are taking a forum as a credible source of information for your shoddy opinions? These are just personal users you are quoting. You haven't provided actual evidence, just personal experience based on one person. That doesn't qualify as evidence. You know what your problem is? You cannot admit where you are just plain wrong.
You should actually provide evidence to back yourself up and as far as I'm concerned this is a personal vendetta you have against me. A reasonable argument? By using posts from a forum? I'm not degrading anyone on this forum, but that's not credible evidence. I am right, you are the wrong one. AVG sucks.
Take my advice people don't listen to the strawman attacks root always does and go with Norton. You won't regret it when Norton intercepts viruses that AVG would never find.
Editors rating: 4 out of 5"
"PCPlus, summer 2002
Editors rating: 9 out of 10 "
Editors rating: 5 out of 5"
Quote from PC Mag: The most intuitive program in this roundup, Norton Anti-Virus 2003 (NAV) is also one of the most powerful, providing superb virus protection and removal. Every task, from on-demand scanning to scheduling automatic scans, is very straightforward. NAV monitors Microsoft Office, all e-mail traffic for major e-mail clients, and SMTP and POP3 mail. In testing, NAV caught and cleaned every WildList virus we threw at it. The program's update feature, Symantec's LiveUpdate, is aggressive and simple, so you can easily keep your program and virus definitions up to date-an essential task for complete protection.
Editors rating: 8 out of 10
It seems the critics love Norton.