Both security softwares provide superior security against malware with minimal impact on performance of PCs. However, Kaspersky wins the overall assessment due to its simple and intuitive user interface, and additional features like password management and a file shredder.
Its open-frame design uses lighter colors and puts the most important functions at the forefront. The top display shows the current status of the device while the rest are displayed as huge blocks that can be tapped to get more information or to complete specific tasks. This interface is easy to understand and easy to use by most computer users. A sleek bar on the bottom of the screen displays your subscription status.
In the real-world tests conducted by AV Comparatives, Kaspersky scored high marks for its security abilities. This is a result of the fact that it analyzed all 752 samples and produced no false positives. The program also performed well in analyzing files and removing malware after they were removed from the device. Additionally, it has little impact on performance and slowdowns.
Kaspersky has a large knowledge base and a forum for customers to can ask for assistance and receive answers. However, it doesn’t provide live chat or phone support which might be a disadvantage for some. It does, however, offer a ticketed service for customers who might require additional assistance.