Avast review windows for free
The new interface for Avast is well laid out, with clear distinctions between its different elements and simple blue icons (with orange accents derived from the logo of the company) to help you identify the suite’s capabilities. The homepage lets you run a scan and switch on the VPN and shortcuts to some less-than-utilized tools for system optimization are also available. The fact that the most valuable features are hidden in the “Explore tab” is quite frustrating.
Installation is easy, and you’re not obligated to choose the free version. However, a thorough scan will detect “advanced problems” that require premium security in order to fix. This is a bit shady. Particularly when you click the Resolve option, and you’re directed to a website where you are asked to sign up for Avast Premium security. Avast also sells user information as revealed in a 2020 article by Which? magazine.