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You will get as many answers as there are AV .... use the one you like best

 

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Thanks, but I was just seeing as to which member of forum uses which AV alongside malwarebytes.

Since I myself use Eset I find it to detect less malware as compared to Bitdefender and Kaspersky. Bitdefender on the other hand seem to be famous from couple of years due to my personal hand on using it for testing purpose and many other companies like emsisoft, fsecure, gdata, iobit, quickheal uses bitdefender signature based engine as its secondary engine. But bitdefender itself is quite heavy.

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On all 5 machines- ESET NOD32 on 2 and ESET Internet Security on 3.

I'm one of those old geezers who has  lifetime licenses of Malewarebytes on all of my computers.

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