Once I chose a complete installation, it walked through all the steps itself.
It offers to run a scan, check for outdated applications, remove tracking cookies, and permanently delete files in your Recycle Bin.
It also shows how to contact tech support, in case you're having trouble getting off the ground.
Down the left side there's a security indicator for your local computer as well as a list of your other protected computers, and a button to extend protection to more devices.
I find the new interface to be both friendly and attractive, but it occasionally seemed sluggish, slow to respond to my clicks.
In the banking Trojans test, 83 percent of tested product failed.
In another test using all types of malware, only Kaspersky Anti-Virus earned Level 1 certification, meaning it prevented all of the malware attacks. I give these pass/fail tests less weight when calculating an aggregate lab score.The days of purchasing a single antivirus utility for your single computer are long gone.The modern household brims with computers and computer-equivalent tablets and smartphones.Earlier this year, Mc Afee redesigned the user interface for its security product line.The new, HTML-based interface has a menu at the top that breaks down product features into five main pages: Home, PC Security, Identity, Privacy, and Account.That means if any malware gets past the antivirus, Mc Afee experts promise to remotely remediate the problem, a service that normally costs .95.