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    Unfortunately, this is rare stuff …
    Recently I tried this program on my second computer. Strongly inhibits not only the Internet but also the overall speed of the system.

    by Evan / 4 years ago

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    I remember when I had a virus on my computer. Malwarebytes was one of the freeware programs I used when Norton Antivirus (which I’d paid my hard-earned money for) couldn’t solve the problem. I still use Malwarebytes. The same can’t be said for Norton.

    by Vula / 5 years ago

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    I have had MANY antivirus programs on my computer over the years. Avast, Norton, Kaspersky, and the freeware scanner only version of Malwarebytes.

    Although ALL of these antivirus programs are great, but when it comes to just malicious software removal Malwarebytes has them ALL beat! Malwarebytes CONSISTANTLY found things others missed!

    by msk / 5 years ago

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    still is most powerful antimalware tool. download free trial and cleanup your pc from malware programs

    by msk / 5 months ago

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    I agree with MSK’s positive post wholeheartedly. I’ve also used Malwarebytes along with CCleaner and Spybot Search and Destroy, and it’s true. Malwarebytes did find spyware entries that other programs I tried missed.

    So on the free side of things, I hope that Malwarebytes stays updated and free. Without it, some people might be out of luck in a rare situation if they didn’t have a free option like this. Could happen, thumbs up!

    by Topdog123 / 7 months ago

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