Avast’s interface is easy to navigate, with an easy separation of its various elements. The blue icons are easy to use and come with orange accents that are in line with the logo of the company. On the homepage, you can perform an examination, activate the VPN and get shortcuts to a number of not-so-utilized tools for optimizing your system. However the fact that the majority of the other features offered by Avast are hidden within the “Explore” tab can be a little frustrating.
Installation is easy, and you’re not obligated to go with the free one. However, a full scan will identify “advanced issues” that require premium security in order to solve. This www.antivirus-software.org/best-vdr-solutions-for-ipo-management is a bit shady. Especially when you click on the Resolve option and are directed to a webpage where you are asked to sign up for Avast Premium security. Avast also sells user information, which was uncovered in a report from 2020 by Which? magazine.