AVG 2016 ships with new cloud detection system

October 1, 2015 – 12:02 by in News Print Share No Comment

AVG 2016AVG has announced updates for its consumer product range, including AVG Protection and AVG Performance.

All editions of AVG AntiVirus – including AVG FREE – use new cloud detection technology to spot malware outbreaks in real time.

This cloud-sourced data is apparently combined with “advanced artificial intelligence” to detect brand new threats, and used in the commercial edition’s Online Shield when scanning for dangerous downloads.

AVG AntiVirus for Android also sees improved anti-theft, while AVG’s “Battery Save” mode can now be directly enabled within the “Low Battery” alert on your phone’s notification panel.

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AVG AntiVirus is now better at detecting the very latest threats

AVG AntiVirus for Mac users can now move infected files to an isolated Quarantine area, so they’re able to postpone any decision on how to deal with them to a later date.

AVG Performance tools are extended to do a better job of cleaning up your PC, with support for more games and applications, and the ability to wipe 60 types of internet traces from all the main browsers.

Downloads of AVG FREE, AVG AntiVirus, AVG Internet Security, the multi-device AVG Protection and AVG Ultimate are available now, and the PC builds run on Windows XP or later.

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