Trend Micro PC-cillin Vs. Norton. PC hoggers?

Time

Active Member
Just wondering which of these programs hog the least system resources: Trend Micro PC-cillin vs. Norton vs. McAfee.
I want to use their anti-virus, anti-spyware, maybe firewall, maybe network manager but not norton GoBack, Ghost etc.
:lease: some of these can apparently slow down your computer just as much as a virus:eek:.
Almost forgot we're talking about Windows XP. No jokes about XP hogging more resources than most viruses:D.
 

pjclark1

Well-known Member
Avast
It's free and leaves your processor to do its' job.
The three you mentioned were good in their day, but outdated now.
 

Time

Active Member
Thanks pjclark1 but I really want an 'all-in-one' option.
I'm currently using Blueyonder's PCguard, but it treating virus's and spyware seperately really puts me off it, especially when I'm running a full system scan, they can't both be scanned for at the same time which is useless for 'I'll have it scanning when I'm :boring:.
Does anybody use PCcillin? I only saw it at 3 places online.
 

Time

Active Member
Sorry Mods just realised this is in the hardware section, I ment to put it in the software section.
 

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