? Everybody knows how important it is you keep your computer fully protected from viruses, spyware, fraud, and other threats. For that you need reliable antivirus and antispyware software that offers all-round protection. Auslogics Antivirus is a relatively new product, but it's definitely worth mentioning. It comes from a trusted software developer - you might be familiar with free Auslogics Disk Defrag and a Windows optimization suite called BoostSpeed. Auslogics Antivirus offers antivirus protection and also protects your computer from trojans, spyware, identity theft, and other known and unknown threats. It's also capable of removing resilient viruses, because it can be run in Windows Safe Mode. So, let's have a closer look at Auslogics Antivirus features: 1. Real-time Antivirus Protection Auslogics Antivirus monitors your PC security in real time. It scans all accessed files, emails, web sites, and messenger chats for possible threats and blocks any attempts to modify your system. It also has a feature called Active Virus Control that analyses all running applications activity to protect you from new and unknown threats. 2. Privacy Control Stories of online fraud, identity theft, and phishing scams appear so often, that we don't really pay attention anymore. And that's a big mistake, because there is no reason why it can't happen to you. Auslogics Antivirus has a feature called Privacy Control that addresses the problem. It blocks spyware, trojans, keyloggers, phishing, and other data theft tools. It will also protect all your private data, like bank card numbers, Internet banking details, and passwords, from being stolen. Privacy Control provides protection on four different levels: Identity Control analyses all outgoing traffic and protects your confidential data. Registry Control monitors the Registry. It will warn you if any applications are trying to modify it in order to be executed on Windows startup. Cookie Control doesn't allow web sites to put cookies onto your computer without your permission. Script Control asks for your permission to execute any scripts. 3. Network Module If you have a home network with all your computers protected by Auslogics Antivirus, then Network Module will come in really handy. There is an option to set a master computer from which you can run scans, view logs, fix security problems, and update the software on all network computers. 4. Customize It! Auslogics Antivirus has lots of customization options that leave both novice and experienced users satisfied. There also is a special mode for gamers and a special mode for laptop users. First of all, select a profile describes the way you use you computer - Typical, Gamer, or create a Custom profile. Then select a mode based on your experience level: Novice Mode is for computer beginners and those who can't be bothered going through anti- virus settings. It's really easy to use - if there are any issues, just click on the Fix All Issues button. Intermediate Mode gives you more options and access to more settings. There are five tabs - a tab for each program module. Expert Mode has the most complete list of settings and other options. This mode is best for those who have sufficient computer knowledge. Also there are two modes for special circumstances: Game Mode starts automatically when you run an application from a trusted game list or when an application goes to full screen. It disables all alerts, pop- ups, and postpones scheduled scans - basically the program becomes unintrusive without reducing computer protection level. Laptop Mode starts every time your laptop switches to battery power. This mode minimizes the program's power consumption and makes the battery last longer. Auslogics Antivirus is compatible with Windows 7/Vista/2008/XP/2003, 32-bit and 64-bit and dual-core CPU. You can download a free unrestricted 30-day trial version here. A one year license costs $29.95 USD.