Kaspersky products have garnered attention from noted independent security testing labs like AV-Comparatives.org, AV-Test, Virus Bulletin and others. Users, who are new to the Kaspersky products, can get a glimpse of the protection and performance through the periodic test reports that are often released quarterly or annually, before handing over the security of their system to the respected vendor. Logos and holograms are usually used by the certified products, which can help you to decide the best protection against viruses, spyware and malware both known and unknown. Kaspersky, the Russian security giant, offers solutions for home, small office and enterprise.
Walk through this Kaspersky Review that is related to the latest 2012 version of Anti-Virus. AV-Comparatives awards it 90 percent plus when it comes to performance or clearly speaking rates the performance of the system when the scan is on. System performance was analyzed against different activities including file copying, archiving/un-archiving, encoding/transcoding, installing/uninstalling, launching application, and downloading files on a machine running on Windows 7 Service Pack 1. In the malware removal test the product was rated “ADVANCED+”. It bagged 85-100 percentage points against different wild malware samples. The software holds advanced antimalware technologies to make the installation possible even on the infected PCs. Apart from performance, detection and removal, integrated rescue disc is just icing on the cake that can repair corrupted Windows Files, when required. Kaspersky Lab has given a thorough facelift for 2012 product series. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012 ($39.95 direct, $59.95 for three licenses) looks very different from the 2011 edition. The dashboard reads the status of your machine during the last 24 hours. The bottom section is even more important, user-friendly tools will help you to scan and repair the system software and resources besides keeping the software updated. You can reset the product features to enable different layer of protection.
Although, Kaspersky in its new avatar holds good compatibility with the latest Windows Vista Service Pack 2 and Windows 7 Service Pack 1 but that doesn’t amount to the hassle-free installation. You have to be very specific that your system is not boarded with other security software. In case, it does, then its strictly recommended to get that uninstalled, otherwise, the installation of the Kaspersky product can stuck meanwhile. Inadequate settings or wrong update can also add to the computer problem. At some point, if you feel that your Kaspersky product is not running well, probably when it stems up issues with email communication, sharing of the Internet access and network resources, you can remove Kaspersky and install it back. Removal is pretty simple, through Windows Control Panel, but when it’s your day. Otherwise, look for standard uninstaller tool. Remember, getting it is not enough, its execution that matters.
What, uncomfortable to do so? Give a chance to experts sitting at Kaspersky Support. You don’t have to go anywhere to seek support as the service is accessible over the Internet or phone. Experts will take the remote access of your system, and will diagnose associated components such as Windows Event Viewer and the registry settings to uninstall Kaspersky and restore it back with complete protection features.