PC Protect claims to be the ‘ultimate antivirus’, and if you look at the feature list you can see why. It offers an antivirus engine, real-time protection, firewall controls, ad blocking, disk cleaning, startup program management, a browser manager and more.
There’s even an integrated VPN. Not some horribly basic browser-only proxy, either – a real VPN, accessible from the PC Protect interface, which enables choosing a new virtual location from almost 50 cities around the world.
This extra functionality comes at a very high cost. The pricing page quotes £49 ($ 61) to cover three devices over one year, but that’s an initial discounted ra…
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