Malwarebytes 3.0 arrives as a fully-fledged antivirus

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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For those in search of an application that can take care of multiple  threats as well as those already claiming your machine, it could be rewarding to look into the release of a new version of Malwarebytes. Malwarebytes 3.0 is brand new and features some capabilities included in older versions mixed with some newer ones.

There’s a slight issue if you’re the kind of person that likes free stuff, though. Malwarebytes 3.0 comes with various features but most of them are reserved for paying users. The premium Malwarebyte experience will open up all the solutions included in the program, such as protection against malware, ransomware and even web protection.

The developers aren’t unreasonable, though, and offers everyone a free premium Malwarebyte trial run which can be used to test out all that the software has to offer. After 14 days of available trial time, you should be ready to decide whether or not Malwarebyte 3.0 is for you.

Some factors worth taking into consideration are Malwarebyte 3.0’s improved performance, with a claimed four times better results than previously recorded.

The changes aren’t just under the hood: It sports a completely revamped user interface that makes it easier for users to navigate around the various features that are added. There is also integration between Malwarebyte 3.0 and Microsoft’s Windows Action Center. Better tuned for Windows 10 means better prepared to serve your cause, at least in some cases. Most would agree that this is one of those cases and that Malwarebyte can be a valuable addition to your setup.

Those interested in giving Malwarebyte 3.0 a try can do so by checking it out and since there is a free trial included, there’s nothing for you to lose.

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