Free review windows of avast
Avast’s new interface is well laid-out, with clear demarcation between its different elements and easy-to-use blue icons (with orange accents derived from the logo of the company) to help you identify the suite’s features. The homepage lets you run a scan and switch on the VPN and shortcuts to a couple of not-very-useful system optimisation tools are also available. However the fact that a lot of the other features offered by Avast are buried away under the “Explore” tab is a bit frustrating.
The installation process is simple, and you’re not obligated to select the free version. However, a full scan will reveal “advanced issues” that require premium security to solve. This is a little sneaky. Especially when you click the Resolve button and are taken to a page that asks you to sign to sign up for Avast Premium security. Avast also sells user data that was exposed in a 2020 article by Which? magazine.