Grizzly Pro

by Grizzly Pro

A air filter for your desktop or laptop to keep it cool down

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Grizzly Pro

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Grizzly Pro is an antivirus that has a low load on your computer while providing reliable protection against various types of malware. The program effectively fights advertising software, Trojans, spies, keyloggers and other types of threats. Antivirus allows you to quickly switch between several operating modes with different safety/performance ratios. The program is based on NANO Antivirus WL technology.

Grizzly Pro virus databases are updated quite often, they are downloaded in the background, but take quite a while. Users who have purchased a relatively inexpensive license have access to round-the-clock technical support.

All versions of the antivirus are equipped with a good set of tools. The user has at his disposal a real-time protection module, a firewall, as well as projective protection and heuristic analysis functions. Grizzly Pro is able to inform the user of the discovery of a suspicious file or process, offering several options for further action. You can get rid of threats, quarantine them, or ignore them. We don't recommend doing the last one.

Among the drawbacks of Grizzly Pro we can highlight the "conflict" with almost any third-party antivirus software. This will be announced to the user at the installation stage. Don't forget that you can use the program for free only for a month. After that, you will need to purchase a license.

- protects the user from various types of threats in real time;

- is based on NANO Antivirus WL technology;

- offers several protection modes with different safety/performance ratios;

- minimizes the load on the CPU and RAM during operation;

- often updates virus databases in the background.

So I have never actually used an anti-virus software because I firmly believe they ALL bog down your system and make everything run slower. I also feel like all anti-virus programs install adware in the background which is why they probably slow down your system. The fact that this one is free to use is also suspicious to me, I have a hard time trusting any free software because I'm always thinking in the back of my mind, what's the catch? That is just my opinion though.
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