Scanguard Review — Antivirus Assessment

While Scanguard’s client can be pretty beautiful and works with a color method of grays, whites and blues, it might use some advancements. While the request interface is simple to use, there are several worrying issues with that. First, the company’s support system is not even close to perfect. Live chat support was unavailable within my testing, and the only mobile phone support alternative is for billing issues.

Scanguard’s customer service just isn’t the most impressive, but they provide dedicated email support and live chat options. They also have a support form and a password manager. While the support staff isn’t the best lawn mowers of the industry, Scanguard continues to be one of the easiest and most reputable antiviruses on the market. Their basic package is not comprehensive enough to address all of your computer’s secureness needs, so it is best to buy the additional plans, which are more detailed.

Another feature that I appreciated was Scanguard’s App Fasten. This characteristic is similar to parent controls. Father and mother can choose to restrict access to several applications or messaging applications. This feature doesn’t cover Facebook or myspace Messenger or perhaps Google Hangouts, but it really does provide an option to open the Scanguard Safe Search browser. This feature is basic but works well.

Another distinctive feature is Scanguard’s ad preventing technology. Ad ware may be the least dangerous spyware and adware, but it could negatively have an effect on a Computers performance. This software possesses a handy feature called Advertising Block Pro, which can mass annoying ads on all four major web browsers. You can use that free for a limited time, but it does demand a subscription.