What's good to one person may be horrible to the next. Something I learned, after being burned several times, is not to put too much faith into reviews.
Cnet, IDG, Ziff-Davis... They are in the publication business, not the journalism business like most people mistakenly think. This means they're looking to sell advertising, and everything else is secondary. Reviews will favor the opinion considered most likely to generate the highest ad revenues. All content is geared towards maximizing advertising revenue, not what is true or right. I'm not saying any of this is wrong, it's the nature of the business they're in. It's just something you should keep in mind while reading them.
It's up to YOU to evaluate programs and decide if they work for YOUR needs. Relying on the opinions of others is bound to bring frustration to your life.
can anyone tell me sopmething ore abt this software....i know it an antivirus software. i mean is better than NOD. i heard it's pritty good.