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Kaspersky Pure 3-User [Old Version]

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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  • Kaspersky PURE Total Security provides award-winning protection against all Internet threats
  • Defends against identity theft with unique password vault, virtual keyboard, and anti-phishing features.
  • Secure treasured assets with backup and encryption to prevent loss, theft, or corruption
  • Keeps your kids safe and responsible with award-winning parental controls
  • Keeps your system running smoothly with special clean-up tools; manage networked machines from a single PC
  • Safe Run mode works on 32-bit operating systems and Password Manager works with 32-bit applications and browsers.
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  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
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  • ASIN: B004DTLWZ6
  • Item model number: PUR903111
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 25, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (259 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,712 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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146 of 149 people found the following review helpful By mhnstr VINE VOICE on February 15, 2011
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I was given the opportunity to evaluate Kaspersky PURE on computers where I had been running Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 and Norton Internet Security 2010. The two computers I used for the evaluation were a 6 year old laptop running Windows XP Professional with a 2 Ghz processor and 2 GB of RAM and a 2 year old netbook running Windows XP Professional with an Intel Atom 1.6 Ghz processor and 2 GB of RAM. Both computers have about 10 GB of free space on the hard drives. Neither of these computers has significant processing power or disc space by today's standards and so the use of a internet security package that provides excellent protection but does not bog down the system is a priority. I found that Kaspersky PURE excelled at this.

When I first tried to install PURE, I received an alert that I needed to remove other Kaspersky programs prior to the installation of PURE. This required a reboot of my machine after Kaspersky Internet Security was removed. Otherwise, the installation of PURE was straightforward and easy. My netbook does not have an optical drive, but the packaging with the installation disc noted that I could download the program from the Kaspersky website.

As part of the installation, you are asked to participate in the Kaspersky Security Network which allows anonymous data to be sent from your computer to Kaspersky Lab. The data sent to Kaspersky Lab is used to create a behavioral engine to further strengthen security safeguards. I didn't want to send data to Kaspersky and so I did not accept the terms and conditions of joining the Kaspersky Security Network and was able to proceed with the installation.

Once PURE was installed, I received alerts that the program's databases were out of date and that updating was required.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By MickeyJoe on March 16, 2011
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It's like I have a brand new computer. Uninstalling Norton and AVG and Avast and McAfee and enough! Finally, someone gets it right and I actually feel secure. Plus there is the bonus that I can actually use my computer without lag.

Once installed and updated, Pure is up and running smoothy with an appealing and user friendly program screen. Easy to setup with many preferences that can be changed, or just select the recommended settings for your system. It tells you what you should do based on the system you install on. I have installed on two systems, one older desktop PC running Windows XP, and a Christmas received HP notebook running Windows 7. Both running perfectly, and wow, did my desktop XP PC need Pure! It's so fast now.

With automatic backup, scanning and live protection from viruses and spam, in no matter what form, it has your back. Most times you install security software not feeling 100% secure, and just assume it's doing it's job. But after my first scan on both computers, I get to see what all the others missed, and the proof is in the result speed and productivity. Running several programs at once is now easier to do. I only wish I could put the 3rd open use on my iMac, but there is a Mac version, so I'm covered.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Paul on March 10, 2011
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So this is going to be a short review because I've already written a fairly long review of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 3-User. Just for reference I pasted my original review below. What got me most excited about trying out Pure were the remote management features:

Once you install Pure on multiple machines and they have the same admin password they can find each other on your network (I only tried via a single subnet) and you can easily view status, enable/disable parental controls, kick of scans and updates or backups and restores. I find this to be pretty cool. I mean I could use remote desktop but this is kind of a nice feature.

A few other things have been added that are not in the KIS 2011 edition: Password Manager (limited to 32-bit browsers though), Automatic backup features, and a few other security features.

Overall I found that the only feature that was worthwhile was the remote management. There are better tools out there for password management, backups, etc. and if I hadn't received Kaspersky Pure for eval purposes I would have had a hard time paying 3x more for Pure than for KIS.

KIS Review

I've been using KIS 2011 for the last month and I've been very happy with the protection it offers. The only feature I don't use is the SPAM filter my comments don't apply to that.

Tested Hardware:
1. Windows XP, 3.00 GHz Pentium 4, 2 GB RAM
2. Windows 7, 2.4 GHz Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600, 8 GB RAM

Impact on Performance:
I've tested KIS on a 6 year old Windows XP machine as well as a relatively modern PC running Windows 7.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By M. Kelley TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 4, 2011
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I have been using the free security software offered by my ISP (Comcast) for a few years now. It used to be McAffee which I actually liked but they made the switch to Norton about a year and a half ago. I wasn;t happy but I hadn't paid for a security app for so long and I wasn't about to now! So I have suffered with Norton and its system hog type behavior. I have tried several other programs that I was able to try for free including Trendnet and Bitdefender which gave me other issues to deal with so I always ended up with Norton.

I had used other free programs before like AVG Free and Avast but I wanted something that gave me firewall and other built in features rather than just antivirus. Again, I was limited to Norton since it was free to me and I really didn't want to pay for security software.

So I got an opportunity to try Kasperky Pure for free...cool, another security software that will probably get thrown away. Well, I was wrong...so far, I love this software! Before I go into some details, let me explain what I had to go through to get this installed so those of you in my situation don't deal with what I had to deal with.

Before installing, I unistalled Norton from my system using the unistall option within my Norton folder. I popped in the Kaspersky disc and began the install process. Within a minute or so it told me I had to uninstall Norton before I could move forward. Hmm... Ok, reboot again, Norton not there, same message... I decided to reinstall Norton and then remove it using the control panel and programs feature. Did that and got the same results.

I searched my hard drive for any/all folders with Norton or Symantic and deleted them. Again, same problem. At this point I decided Google was my best option.
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