Adaware Review – Is Adaware Total Worth Buying?

Adware is one kind of malware. It’s not as malicious as viruses that destroy systems or spyware that collects data, but can be just as intrusive and annoying. It can also perform unwanted tasks on your device, such as recording the places you go to and then displaying advertisements that are targeted to those locations. Adware creators can earn money through the display of targeted advertisements without the need to sell the product directly.

Adaware review, unlike many other products that compete offers only Windows protection. The free version doesn’t support Mac or iOS devices. It only provides 24/7 technical support to paid users of the Total and Pro packages. The basic-only version of the package offers live-time monitoring of your behavior and antivirus as well as automatic scans of downloads and a powerful firewall. However, it does not include email and web protection as well as any additional features, such as a file shredder.

In the lab tests conducted by AV-test, the software performed well. It was able to remove all known threats and block 97% of attacks that are 0-day. These scores are impressive, however not as impressive as most effective security suites.

Adaware Total is currently 30% more expensive than the competition. This is due to the fact that the firm has decided to stop offering different levels of protection, and instead bundles all their tools into one bundle. This means you only get one license but you can access a variety of PC protection and privacy options, like the removal of tracking cookies optimization tools to speed up Windows boot times and the ability to block apps from accessing your microphone or camera.

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