BullGuard Internet Security 9.0 – A Review
A Review of BullGuard Internet Security 9.0
Bullguard is one security software vendor which does not believe in churning out a yearly version of their security software products. Their last full-fledged version 8.0 was released about two years back. Off-course they came up with version 8.5 last year, but it was not termed as a major revision.
This latest version 9.0 is also not boasting of large-scale changes. This comprises of all the usual ingredients like antivirus, antispyware, antiphishing, antispam, IM protection, a firewall and backup with 5GB of online storage; and this should satisfy most of the requirements. The main addition in BullGuard Internet Security 9.0 is the gaming mode, which allows users to minimize the impact on their games performance.
What I especially liked about BullGuard Internet Security 9.0 is the easy user interface. This is in-line with the latest trend on some of the more modern security suites. This is unlike many other suites, which are quite heavy on user interface and confuse an average user.
You will find an icon based approach on its interface, which allows you to perform common tasks with one single click of mouse button.
I have also found there is lot of automation in its performance. Unlike many other security suites, which require user intervention for very trivial and obvious decisions, BullGuard Internet Security 9.0 chooses to operate silently, without much noise and asking your decisions.
BullGuard Internet Security 9.0 has chosen to do away with the traditional approach of different levels of scans – Quick Scan, Full Scan and Deep Scans. Instead they allow you to customize your scan, which some of the average users may find painstaking.
Not sure about the improvements in its functionality, its effectiveness in cleaning your system and its ability to plug the gaps in your PC Security, but still the fresh user interface is worth taking a look. They have been offering to upgrade your old version to the latest version free of cost, if the license is still valid.
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