By Jonathan GivensPublished August 10, 2017 06:59:00It looks like the most realistic, detailed 3D model of the US drone strikes in Yemen has been made by a team of 3D modelling software specialists at the University of Toronto.3D modeling of a US drone in Yemen, published on GithubThis drone model, released by a 3D simulation firm called elgatos software, uses 3D software to create a model of a si...
If you want to understand why the latest AV-grade antivirus is so much better than its predecessor, consider this: It’s all about software.
For years, AV vendors like Avast, AVG, and Norton have been quietly working with their customers to make sure that software-based antivirus applications work better than the default antivirus that runs on your computer.
That’s why, when AVG announced that it was going to stop making the free AVG Antivirus Free Edition, there was a lot of discussion in the antivirus community.
But now, after years of the company’s silence on this topic, it seems that the company is finally taking the lead in getting the free version of its antivirus out to users.
According to a statement sent to TechCrunch, the new AVG Free Edition comes with all of the features and enhancements offered in the premium version.
The only change here is that the Free Edition will be available for $5.99 a month, which makes it much cheaper than the $69.99 AVG Antibay Edition that came with the premium antivirus.
Avast’s VP of Product Marketing, Rob Krosnick, wrote on the company blog that AVG will be “bringing the Free AVG Antvirus Free edition to all our customers starting tomorrow.”
Krosnick said that AVG plans to begin rolling out the free antivirus to its own customers later this week.
He said that the AVG Free Antivir Free Edition has been “tested by millions of users across the world,” adding that the antiviruses are “working well and consistently.”
The free version will only run on Windows 10, but the premium Avast Antivair Free Edition can run on the same operating system as the free edition.
That means that, if you own Windows 10 and want to try out the new Avast Free Edition before buying the premium one, you can install it and run it on Windows.
In other words, if the new free version is too slow for you, you should upgrade to the premium edition, since it will be faster.
The company said that if you want more information about how to install and use the new antivirus, you’ll have to download the free, paid version from its website.
While there are no major new features here, the free AV-certified AVG AntIVirus Free Editions come with a slew of features, including the ability to scan for malware, install a firewall, and more.
This feature is an interesting addition for users that use antivirus services like AV-Test or Malwarebytes to check for suspicious files and malware, but not for those that use their antivirus in conjunction with a desktop antivirus or other application.
The new AVG Antivo Free Edition is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, and is priced at $5 per month.
The Avast free AV Antivay Free Edition costs $69 a month and includes everything in the free Avast AV Antvir Free Edition, plus a one-year subscription to AVG’s Antivad Pro Premium Premium program.