Both security applications provide superior malware protection and have minimal impact on performance of the PC. However, Kaspersky wins the overall contest due to its simple and intuitive user interface and additional features like password management and a file shredder.

The open-frame interface is heavily dominated by light colors and the most important functions are highlighted at the top. The top of the screen displays the current status of the device, while the rest are displayed as large blocks which can be tapped for more information or to complete specific tasks. This design is intuitive and easy to use by the majority of computer users. A sleek bar at the bottom displays your subscription status.

In the real-world tests conducted by AV-Comparatives Kaspersky received high marks for its security capabilities. This is due to the fact that it detected all 752 sample and had no false-positives. The program also performed well in analyzing files and eliminating malware after it had been removed from the device. It has no impact on performance.

Kaspersky also has a very extensive knowledge base and community forums where customers can ask questions and receive help. Kaspersky does not offer phone or live chat support, which is an issue for certain. However, it does provide a ticketed support option for customers who require additional assistance.

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