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16 December 2010 | Category: Software
A new report shows that 25% of consumers have turned off their anti-virus software because it slowed down their computer.
Anti-virus developer Avira conducted a computer security survey with 9,000 of its software users. 60% of users also reported that they have tried more than one form anti-virus software protection in the past year.
The findings show that some anti-virus developers need to improve their software, so that do not slow down overall computer performance.