Adaware Review – Is Adaware Total Worth Buying?
Adware is a sort of malware that’s not as harmful as system-destroying viruses or data-harvesting spyware, but it’s equally infuriating and disruptive. Adware is also used to perform unwanted tasks on your device. For instance it can be able to record the places you go to show ads that are specific to these areas. This is a fantastic way for creators of adsware to earn money without the need to sell their product directly.
Unlike many competing products, adaware review gives only Windows security – the free version doesn’t support Mac or iOS devices. It only provides 24 hour technical support to users of the Total and Pro packages. The basic-only version of the package offers real-time antivirus and behavior monitoring, along with automatic scanning of downloads and a robust firewall. It doesn’t offer web and email protection or additional features like a file shredder.
The program performed well in the lab tests of AV-test. It was able to remove all known threats it tested against and block 97% of zero-day attacks. These numbers are impressive, but not as impressive as those of the leading security suites.
Adaware Total is currently 30% more expensive than the competition. This is because the company decided to stop offering multiple levels of protection and instead bundle all their tools into one package. This means you will only receive one license but can access a wide range of privacy and PC maintenance features, such as the removal of tracking cookie and optimization tools to speed up Windows boot time, and the ability to block apps from accessing your microphone or camera.