Adaware Review – Is Adaware Total Worth Buying?

Adware is a type of malware that isn’t quite as dangerous as system-destroying virus or data-harvesting spyware, but it can be equally perplexing and invasive. Adware can also perform unwanted tasks on your device. For instance it can track the places you visit and show ads that are specific to the specific location. Adware creators earn money through the display of targeted advertisements without the need to sell the product directly.

Adaware review is, unlike other competitors offers only Windows protection. The free version is not compatible with Mac or iOS devices. It also only provides 24/7 technical support for paid users of its Total and Pro packages. The basic-only package gives you real-time security and behavior monitoring, along with automatic scanning of downloaded files and a strong firewall. It doesn’t offer protection for web and email or any other extras such as a shredder for files.

In the tests of AV-test’s mackeeper review labs the program performed well. It was able to remove all known threats and block 97% of attacks of 0-day. These are impressive, but not as high as the most effective security suites.

Adaware Total is currently 30% more expensive than the other competitors. This is because the company has decided to move away from offering a variety of protection levels and instead bundle their tools into one package. It means that you only get one license, but you are able to avail a wide array of PC protection and privacy options, like the removal of tracking cookie optimization tools that speed up Windows boot time, and the ability to block applications from accessing the microphone or camera.