Both security softwares provide superior protection against malware, but have minimal impact on performance of PCs. Kaspersky is the winner in this contest due to its an easy, user-friendly interface as well as other features such as password management and shredders for files.
Its open-frame interface employs lighter colors and puts the most important functions front and center. The current status of the device is shown on the top while all other options are displayed in large blocks which can be clicked for more information or to carry out the task in question. This design is intuitive for the majority of computer users. A sleek bar on the bottom shows your subscription status.
In the tests that were carried out by AV-Comparatives Kaspersky received top marks for its protection abilities. This is due to the fact that it detected all 752 sample and had no false-positives. The software also performed well in analyzing files and removing malware after removing them from the device. It has no impact on performance.
Kaspersky has a comprehensive knowledgebase and a community forum where customers can ask for help and receive answers. However, it doesn’t offer live chat or phone support, which might be a disadvantage for some. However, it does offer a ticketed service for customers who might require additional assistance.