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Which anti-virus is better - Norton or Mcafee or Windows Defender?

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Which anti-virus is better - Norton or Mcafee or Windows Defender?
posted Dec 18, 2014 by Salil Agrawal

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According to me Norton is the best anti virus.
Although it slows down your system but guarantees virus proof system.

I have used all these 3. Windows defender is satisfactory. Mcafee has a very [poor performance. Norton lived up to my requirements :-)

answer Dec 23, 2014 by Ankush Surelia
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Besides the above considerations, how about security? Traditionally, Linux is far more secure than Windows. Judging by security, Linux-based SMTP servers ought to have a higher percentage of the market share?

Finally, I can only use Windows Server 2016 Standard Evaluation Copy FREE for a period of 3 years MAXIMUM. But I can use Linux servers and Mail Transport Agents (MTA) FREE perpetually.

Please share your opinion?