Both security applications offer excellent security against malware with minimal impact on performance of PCs. Kaspersky is the winner of this test because it offers a simple, intuitive user interface, as well as additional features like password management and a file shredder.
Its open-frame interface employs light colors and places the most important functions at the forefront. The top displays the current state of the device, while the rest are displayed as huge blocks that can be tapped to get more information or to perform specific tasks. This design is intuitive for most computer users. Your subscription status is displayed on a a sleek bar at the bottom.
In the real-world tests conducted by AV Comparatives, Kaspersky scored excellent scores for its security abilities. This is due to the fact that it analyzed every single one of the 752 samples tested and showed no false positives. The software also performed very well in analyzing files and removing malware after removing them from the device. It has minimal effect on performance.
Kaspersky has a huge knowledge base as well as an online community forum where customers can seek assistance and get answers. It doesn’t provide live chat or phone support which could be a disadvantage for some. It does, however, offer a ticketed service for customers who require additional assistance.