Adware is a type of malware that's certainly not as harmful as system-destroying viruses or data-harvesting spyware. However, it can be just as infuriating and disruptive. Adware can also perform unwanted tasks on your device. For example it could record the places you visit and show ads that are specific to these specific locations. This is a great method for authors of adware to earn money without having to sell their product directly.
Adaware review is, unlike other competing products does not offer Windows protection. The free version is not compatible with Mac or iOS devices. It provides 24 hour technical support to users of the Pro and Total packages. The basic package comes with real-time antivirus and behavior monitoring, as well as automatic downloads as well as a strong fire wall. It doesn't offer email and web protection as well as any other features such as a shredder for files.
In the tests of AV-test's labs The software performed well. It was able to eliminate all the known threats it tested against and block 97% of 0-day attacks. These numbers are impressive, but they're not as high as those of the leading security suites.
If you decide to purchase the most expensive option, Adaware Total, it's worth noting that it's currently 30% more expensive than its competitors. This is due to the fact that the firm decided to stop offering multiple levels of protection, and instead bundle all their tools into one bundle. It means that you only get one license, but you are able to access a large collection of PC security and privacy options, like the removal of tracking cookie, optimization tools to speed up Windows boot times and the ability to prevent apps from accessing your camera or microphone.