Windows 7 consumer security software providers

We recommend that you install security software to help protect your computer from viruses and other security threats, and that you keep your security software up to date.

Some companies use products that appear to be antivirus programs to install viruses or malware on your computer. When you install the program, you might also be installing the virus or other malware, without knowing it. Many companies, including those listed on this page, distribute antivirus programs. You should carefully investigate the source of antivirus and other products before downloading and installing them.

The companies listed below provide consumer security software that is compatible with Windows 7. Just click the company name to see the Windows 7-compatible product they offer. For business security software that is compatible with Windows 7, please visit the Windows 7 Compatibility Center or contact your security vendor of choice.

Important: Before you install antivirus software, check to make sure you don’t already have an antivirus product on your computer. If you do, be sure to remove the product you don’t want before you install the new one. It can cause problems on your computer to have two different antivirus products installed at the same time.

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MYInternet Security
Zone Alarm
K7 Computing
PC Tools
 Kaspersky Lab
Panda Security
Quick Heal
 Trend Micro  Bit Defender
 Preventon  Rising
McAfee  DrWeb
 F-Secure  UnThreat
 Ahn Lab  Prevx
 Norton by Symantec  Total Defense
 Gdata  ESCAN
 Avira  Bullguard
 Comodo  Sunbelt Software
 ArcaBit  AVG

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