And for antivirus, I can recommend a 12-month free solution (it just costs an e-mail address or so) : http://home3.ca.com/microsoft/
See this: http://home3.ca.com/...t.aspx?sc_lang=en-US
You can try their CA Internet Security Suite 2007 for free
(a) for 90 days if you have XP, and,
(b) for 1 year if you have Vista
You cannot download a trial version of CA AntiVirus for free
It costs USD 20 . But that's fine by me
This is what they have to say:
CA Anti-Virus 2007
Protect 1 to 3 PC's
• Detects 100% of Viruses**
• Real-Time Protection
• Automatic Email Scanning
**Certified by Virus Bulletin.
The banner on top also says: "98% of the Fortune 500 trust CA. You can too"
If that's true, this should go into the Found Deals section, if it's not already there.
But it's not very clear to me whether or not they have LiveUpdate-like without which really the product has no meaning. That's a given, I guess.
Views, opinions, experiences?