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Avast aquires AVG

One of the big AV firms has gotten on yet another AV. Both had popular "free versions", see what it means as time passes.

https://www.the-parallax.com/2016/09/30/what-buyout-means-400-million-avast-avg-users-qa/?utm_source=parallax&utm_medium=info%20ads&utm_campaign=ParallaxQ316&utm_content=Article11BuyoutAvast%26AVG

FYI- I use the free Avast versions and have been very happy, even though basic, it still provides a level of protection worth its install. Also, I hope this isn't old news.

tada -----Willy Happy

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