Spyware Reviews - The Best Freeware Spyware Blockers

There is an ever increasing threat from malicious spyware products. These programs can be designed to steal sensitive information from your computer or to monitor your movements online. But it may come as a surprise to some people that there are freeware spyware blockers that can prevent major problems like these programs. If you know where to look, you can get an excellent level of protection without having to spend any money. Here are our spyware reviews of the best products available:

Spybot - Search and Destroy. This is the classic free antispyware download that was created in the 2000. It continues to be supported by its creator Patrick Kolla who provides regular updates. In testing, it has performed well at detecting spyware and it is easy to use. The user interface is simple and the manual that is included with the product explains everything clearly. Although the product is free, if you feel you have been helped by it there is the option of making a donation. They say that imitation is the greatest form of flattery. Well Spybot has been imitated by many other companies, which is testament to how good the original product is.

SuperAntiSpyware - The free version of this software performs extremely well under testing. There was no problems getting it loaded up and there were no conflicts with existing spyware or antivirus products that were already on the machine. Although the product can be downloaded for free, there is a paid upgrade. I think this would be worthwhile to get access to real-time scanning.

Windows Defender - I'm usually wary of specialist products that are produced from Microsoft, but this antispyware program does actually perform well. If you are on Vista it is shipped automatically with the operating system. If you have an older system you can download the program for free from the Microsoft website.

It is common for people to have more than one anti spyware product on their computer. This will give you the best chance of capturing any rogue programs that try to take over your PC.

By: Paul Elms.

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