To answer the question frankly, there is actually quite a lot of downsides in using free antivirus. They are free, after all. But do these downsides really matter? That is the real question.
Most people who plan to buy a personal computer often go through the same dilemma of deciding whether to buy desktop or laptop. Each type has different sets of advantages and disadvantages over the other, so it all boils down to what suits you the best—your preferences, work requirements, workload, lifestyle, aesthetics sense, and most importantly, budget.
A lot of people say that privacy is dead—especially online. In this day and age, everyone is prone to over-sharing, or talking about every single detail of their life online. There are apps that let people know where you are, what you’re doing, what you’ve been eating. And while it may seem cool in the beginning, somehow it also makes you wonder: Is online privacy even a viable thing anymore?
If you are someone who is diligent to check any invaders in your system, then you might have come across some viruses, Trojans, worm, spyware, and drive-by download – all of them are malware. Many PC users regard all malicious software as nothing but computer menace. Do you know that they are different from each other, even though they are all malicious software?