AVG antivirus is a modern user interface that is simple and simple to use. After launching, it displays an overview of your device’s protection status with clear messages that inform you if the program’s virus definitions are up-to date and if the security software is in active. AVG also scans for malware and other dangers on external storage and also performs an enhancement of performance to improve the speed of your system by removing unnecessary data and prolonging battery life.
The premium plans of AVG provide more robust features and greater security overall. The paid plan, for example, offers anti-ransomware to protect your data and files from hackers who extort cash through hacking into your device. AVG Ultimate also includes web and email security to protect against spam and phishing. A file shredder is also included, as are safer banking and webcam protection.
AVG users can avail of a wide range of no-cost features, including a photo vault which stores photos in an encrypted format, and an optimization tool that cleans Android devices through the removal of junk files. Most of the other features offered by AVG are only available to paid subscribers. This includes an identity-protection feature that monitors password leaks and the capability to remotely locate a lost phone as well as more advanced antitheft tools such as camera traps that secretly captures a photo of anyone trying to steal the device.
AVG’s malware protection is backed by a proven track record in AV Test’s monthly tests. This includes a perfect score on the last test conducted in March and April this year.