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Pros: Had to use these to support 2 displays on some new Inspiron PC's. HDMI on PC DVI on monitor, connected, powered on and done. Bought 6 more. Laughing at the people who pay notsobestbuy prices on stuff like this.
Cons: None so farREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Total Defense Premium Internet Security - 5 User
Pros: I am supposed to believe a $50 for 5 pc package is better than say a Norton or Kaspersky. Guess what it wont, it cant , and its awful at its job
EXACT same word for word reviews on am a z0n and other review sites shout "LIES LIES LIES" so loud it will make you deaf.
Cons: 2 seconds to check on the web..
1st Scores a 3 out of 6 in AV detection test on 1 site. S So it gets 50%, WOW that sounds great doesn't it?(Norton gets a 6)
2nd No awards on another site - not even listed.
3rd No awards on yet another site (FREE AVG and FREE Avast are shown , yeah FREE)
Other Thoughts: This software is garbage, Odds are your ISP will give you FREE antivirus software anyway. Comcast gives you Norton for free as an example.
I have a strong hatred of AV/Malware programs that are sold on lies. This product is junk and its low or total lack of ratings by real AV testing companies says it all, the support is an offshore phone tree, so basically its a rip off at any price.
Pros: 80+ Gold
Cons: About $20 lost because it had to be returned.
Other Thoughts: The $20 lost on the return label has been paid for the savings at newegg.com over the years. I would still rather have my $20 and a working PSU but thats liffe.READ FULL REVIEW