Free Download Avira AntiVir Personal and Virus Definition Files Update March, 2010 @ THE ONE AND ONLY | FREE DOWNLOAD SOFTWARE | MOVIES | GAMES | AND MORE

     Avira AntiVir Personal Edition Free Antivirus is a comprehensive, easy to use antivirus program, designed to offer reliable free of charge virus protection to home-users only. 
     What Avira AntiVir Personal Edition offers :
  • Extensive Malware Recognition of viruses, Trojans, backdoor programs, worms. 
  • Automatic incremental updates of antivirus signatures, engine and entire software. 
  • Permanent virus protection, with Virus Guard real time monitoring.
  • Install and configuration in just a couple of steps, setup to protect your PC in minutes.
  • Virus protection against known and unknown threats, using an advanced heuristic system.
  • Scheduler where you can set the scanner to make automatic virus scans or updates on your system.
  • Forum and phone support.
  • Knowledge Base with virus descriptions available on web site.
  • Rootkit Detection and Removal.
  • A modularized AV-search engine for improved scan performance.
Basically Avira AntiVir Personal Edition is a software that helps you protect and monitor your PC.

Manual instruction for updating Avira AntiVir :
  • Download the latest virus definition file (IVDF) on a PC with internet access. 
  • Copy the downloaded file to a portable media storage such as an USB Stick or a CD-ROM for transferring it to the PC without internet access. 
  • Insert the media storage into the PC without internet access. 
  • Start AntiVir Personal Edition/ Premium and go the menu �Update" and select �Manual Update". 
  • Select the downloaded IVDF file from your media storage and click �open".Your AntiVir Personal Edition/ Premium is now up to date.   
Note : An effective protection against new threats is only possible with an up to date virus definition file. So update your AntiVir with AntiVir Virus Definition Files always.

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