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Given that fact, you'd think a product that supplements your main antivirus by detecting and removing "spyware, adware, malware, trojans, dialers, worms, keyloggers, hijackers, parasites, rootkits, rogue security products and many other types of threats" could be quite useful.
Alas, the Super Anti Spyware Professional 6.0 does not remotely live up to this promise.
Sometimes just displaying the file's details in Windows Explorer is enough to trigger a scan; other times the antivirus waits until you actually click on the file.
Super Anti Spyware doesn't check files until they're about to launch.
Super Anti Spyware includes scheduled, on-demand, and real-time scanning.
There's also a free edition that omits real-time scanning and a number of other advanced features.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus (2015) came in with 83 percent detection and 7.9 points, as did Zone Alarm Free Antivirus Firewall 2015, which uses Kaspersky's engine.
Fortunately, those results were pretty definitive this time.
Most antivirus products that include real-time protection will scan a file when any kind of access occurs.
These labs have research teams and dozens of computers; my hands-on testing just has me.
If a product aces the independent lab tests, I give that success more weight than my own tests.
The user interface has been updated since my review of the previous edition, but it seems little else has changed.