Both security programs provide excellent malware protection with minimal impact on performance of PCs. Kaspersky is the winner of this test because it offers an easy and intuitive user interface as well as extra features like password management and a file shredder.

The open-frame interface is based on light colors and places the most web important functions in the center. The current status of the device appears at the top, while all other options are shown in large blocks that can be clicked for more information or to carry out a specific task. This layout is easy to understand for the majority of computer users. Your subscription status is displayed on a a sleek bar at the bottom.

Kaspersky scored perfect marks in the real-world tests conducted by AV Comparatives. This is because it scanned every single sample and showed no false-positives. The software also performed very well in analyzing files and eliminating malware after they’d been removed from the device. It has a minimal impact on performance.

Kaspersky offers a vast knowledge base, as well as a forum for customers to can ask for help and receive answers. It doesn’t offer live chat or phone support, which could be a disadvantage for some. It does have the option of submitting tickets to customers that may need additional assistance.