I got a new computer, and I want to put some anti-virus protection on it. It initially came with McAfee, but the trial period is over. I been doing some research, and there's a few 'free' versions of anti-virus programs like AVG, PC Tools and Cyberdefender as well as many others. It seems that these 'FREE' anti-virus programs all have limits, or pop-ups or other annoying things that try to get you to 'buy' the paid version. OK, I might consider paying for it, but if the 'free' version will take care of my anti-virus, malware and trojan protection, then, hey, I could deal with the nuisance of pop-ups. I've read on some forums, that there are some viruses or trojans that promote certain bogus anti-virus software, so I think I would be best off using something from a company that is a public company if possible since a public company would probably have a more legitimate product and they would some accountability. As far as I can tell Cyberdefener is the only public one of the 'FREE' anti-virus programs, and I think has more features then some of the others i've seen. Can anyone give me feedback on Cyberdefender? Am I wrong to only want to go with a public company? Can anyone recommend some other anti-virus softwares that are as good as Cyberdefender (and free) that I should look into? Thanks for your help - I appreciate it!