In the fight between Bitdefender and Kaspersky both antivirus providers provide state-of-the-art security against malware. Both offer a range of additional features like shredders of files and passwords, as well as file shredders. However Bitdefender’s Profiles feature gives it an edge in terms of personalization, allowing you to adjust your antivirus’s resource usage according to the way you use your computer. Kaspersky provides a similar function however it doesn’t include it in its suite. Kaspersky also comes with a WiFi Security Advisor, which can help safeguard your device when connecting to public Wi-Fi networks.
A third aspect to take into account is the impact of each antivirus suite on your PC’s overall performance. Tom’s Guide conducted a test and found that Bitdefender was more effective than Kaspersky in terms of general processes. It took 10.4 seconds to open an Excel spreadsheet with no antivirus software. However it took 13.8 seconds using a full scanner. Kaspersky has a lower slowed rate in both tests, which means it is less reliant on your PC’s specs than Bitdefender.
The detection rates for both were comparable, but Kaspersky had a slight better idea of whether something was malware and when it wasn’t. The difference was greater in false positives. Bitdefender had 12 false positives during November/December while Kaspersky only had eight.
Both antivirus suites provide 24/7 customer service, but Bitdefender is a bit ahead of Kaspersky on this front. Both offer email, phone and live chat support. Both have forums for community interaction in which users can assist each other in resolving webgurunews.net/data-room-due-diligence-that-will-aid-business problems.