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Free review windows of avast

Avast’s interface is easy to navigate, with an easy separation of its different elements. The blue icons are simple to use, and have orange accents that match the logo of the company. The homepage lets you conduct a scan and turn on the VPN as well as shortcuts to a couple of useful tools for optimizing your system are also available. The fact that the most important features are hidden away in the “Explore tab” is infuriating.

The installation process is simple and you’re never tempted into choosing the free version, although a full scan can detect “advanced issues” that can only be resolved by paying for premium security. It’s a bit shady and especially when the Resolve button redirects you to a web page asking you to sign for Avast’s Premium security plan. Avast also sells user information, which was uncovered in a 2020 article from Which? magazine.