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Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 3-User [OLD VERSION]

Platform : Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista
269 customer reviews

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  • Internet Security 2010 offers premium protection from viruses, spyware and all malware threats
  • Advanced up-to-the-second protection and threat intelligence
  • Built for fast, optimal PC performance
  • Comprehensive identity theft and phishing protection
  • Powerful anti-spam and two-way firewall
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  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.1 x 1.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
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  • ASIN: B002I0HJRM
  • Item model number: KIS903121
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 5, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (269 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,388 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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79 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Hugo D. Hackenbush on November 10, 2009
I own a 3-year-old Dell XPS 410 with an Intel Core 2 6700 CPU @ 2.66GHz, equipped with a RAID 0 650 GB dual hard drive, 4 GB DDR2 RAM and an Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS 640MB "Direct X 10"-compatible graphics card; for the most part, I have been displeased with the performance of my computer ever since my initial purchase... and this disappointment extended to the performance of my chosen internet security suite, KIS 2007-2010.

After several years of using the miserably sluggish, sporadically buggy Vista Ultimate 32-bit OS, I have recently upgraded my computer to Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit (all I can say is WHAT A DIFFERENCE... for those interested, upgrade ASAP). After a clean install, I reluctantly decided to reinstall KIS 2010 and see how well it would perform with my new OS. I wasn't too impressed with KIS 2010's overall performance when I ran it on Vista Ultimate 32-bit (although it was improved over KIS 2009), but running it on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit is another story altogether.
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191 of 224 people found the following review helpful By Hayford Peirce on November 7, 2009
I've used just about every security system in the world over the years and a year ago settled on Kaspersky 2009, which is easy to use, runs well, and does everything perfectly.

Then, in September, it came time to renew my annual license. I paid my money, and, instead of just renewing me, Kaspersky sent me their new program, 2010. I installed it with no problem. The interface is more complicated but not *really* hard to figure out. After a while, however, I started noticing that there were various sites that I couldn't get to on the Internet (I use Chrome as my browser). Then I discovered that some programs, such as Eudora and Agent were taking longer and longer and longer to shut down when I clicked the X in the corner. And that almost *all* programs I opened or *all* websites that I went to were *much* slower in starting up than they had been before. I tried getting help for various issues at the online Forum where various people send in their problems and other people, including, I guess, some types hired by Kaspersky, try to help them. I got various answers but not very good ones.

I finally discovered by reading a number of anguished threads in the Forum that *lots* of people were having terrible slow-down problems with Kaspersky 2010, even though 2009 had run smoothly. A few people said that the only way they fixed their problems was to uninstall 2010 completely and to reinstall 2009. Finally, after 2010 suddenly vanished from my screen and disappeared *entirely*, I used "Revo Uninstaller" (a *great, free* program, by the way, that everyone should have) to uninstall 2010 and then, using my CD that I had bought a year earlier, finally managed to reinstall 2009.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By J. Beck on November 15, 2009
Count me as a convert. Aside from the fact that both Norton and McAfee are bloated and intrusive, Kaspersky has some really nice features.

One thing that's a big win for me is how the protection coverage works. Buying this package gives you a license to run the software, and virus database updates for a year for 3 PCs. At the end of that year, the updates stop but the protection level you had when it expired continues as long as you like. With the others (esp. Norton and AVG), your protection stops after the license expires, which is of course a total ripoff that you don't find out until you're 'hooked'. Then your protection turns into 'nagware', bugging you every five minutes until you renew. Up until my switch, I always cursed them under my breath then coughed up money to them (bad). In this game, Kaspersky comes off as the good guys.

You get standard virus coverage, along with some extras that should keep you safe against most malicious websites/emails/downloads/environments. Database updates happen automatically, and you can do all the scanning you might need to.

I'm a big fan of the "Vulnerability Scan" feature. It looks at your base Windows configuration and software versions, and suggests updates for software with known exploits, and config changes that make your system safer (like turning off CD/DVD autorun; you don't still have that on, I hope).

Downsides are that it's a little on the slow side. Even the 2010 version is lacking a little in the maturity department, as I've seen it get wedged a few times for no good reason. Still, I installed it on a machine I knew was infected with something fairly bad, and it was able to clean off the system and get it running again (saving a Windows reinstall). That alone made the software worth the price.
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