Both security applications offer excellent protection against malware, but have minimal impact on PC performance. However, Kaspersky wins the overall comparison due to a simple and intuitive user interface, and extra features like password management and file shredder.
The open-frame interface is heavily dominated by light colors and the most important features are displayed at the top of the screen. The current status of the device is shown at the top, while all other options are shown in large blocks that can be clicked to get further details or to perform an action. This layout is easy to understand for the majority of computer users. Your subscription status is displayed on a a sleek bar at the bottom.
Kaspersky received perfect scores in the real-world testing conducted by AV Comparatives. This is due to the fact that it analyzed all 752 samples and produced no false positives. The program was able to perform well when it came to analysing files and removing malicious code after it had been removed. It has no impact on performance.
Kaspersky has a huge knowledge base and a community forum where customers can seek assistance and get answers. However, it doesn’t provide live chat or phone support, which could be a problem for some people. It does provide the option of submitting tickets to customers who require additional assistance.