Adware is a form of malware. It is not as harmful as viruses that destroy systems or spyware that collects information, but can be just as intrusive and annoying. Adware is also used to perform unwelcome tasks on your device. For example it can be able to record the places you go to display ads specifically targeted to these areas. Adware creators earn money by displaying targeted advertising without the need to sell their product directly.
Adaware review is, unlike other competing products offers only Windows security. The free version does not support Mac or iOS devices. It provides 24/7 technical support to paid users of the Total and Pro packages. The basic package includes real-time antivirus and behavior monitoring, along with automatic downloading as well as a strong fire wall. However, it doesn’t include email and web protection, nor any additional features, such as shredding files.
In the lab tests conducted by AV-test the program performed well. It was able eliminate all known look these up threats and block 97% attacks with a 0-day duration. These scores are impressive, however they’re not as high as those of the top security suites.
Adaware Total is currently 30% more expensive than the rival. This is because the company has taken the decision to stop providing multiple levels of protection and instead bundle their tools into one package. Although this means you’ll only have one license, it does provide access to a vast array of PC security and privacy tools, which include the removal of tracking cookies optimization tools that speed up Windows boot times, as well as the ability to disable apps from accessing your microphone or camera.