While Scanguard’s client is usually pretty beautiful and works with a color scheme of grays, whites and blues, it could possibly use some improvements. While the program interface is not hard to use, there are several niggling issues with this. First of all, the company’s support system is definately not perfect. Chat support was unavailable at my testing, and the only mobile phone support option is for billing issues.
Scanguard’s customer service isn’t really the most remarkable, but they provide dedicated email support and live chat options. They also have an assistance form and a pass word manager. While the support staff isn’t the best in the market, Scanguard remains one of the simplest and most trustworthy antiviruses on the market. Their basic offer is not comprehensive enough to address all your computer’s protection needs, so it is best to buy the additional plans, which are more thorough.
Another characteristic that I favored was Scanguard’s App Secure. This feature is similar to parent controls. Parents can choose limit access to several applications or perhaps messaging applications. This feature doesn’t cover Facebook or myspace Messenger or Google Hangouts, but it may provide an choice to open the Scanguard Safe-search browser. This characteristic is standard but is effective.
Another distinctive feature is Scanguard’s ad hindering technology. Spyware and adware may be the least dangerous spy ware, but it can still negatively have an effect on a PC’s performance. This software has a handy characteristic called Advertising Block Pro, which can obstruct annoying campaigns on all major browsers. You can use this free for any limited time, but it next page does need a subscription.