Kaspersky Lab recently announced the availability of the final version of Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 and Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 products. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 is fully compatible with Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 operating system and comes with a few new features and enhancements.
While Anti-Virus 2013 sports the same interface of previous version, many of its features have been improved to offer better security.
And the best thing is that Kaspersky Lab has worked to reduce the battery drain. So, if you are going to use Anti-Virus 2013 on a notebook you will get better battery life. This is really a good news for users who plan to run Anti-Virus 2013 on Windows 8 tablets.
The newest version includes better anti-phishing protection, optimized antivirus databases, and a new featured named automatic exploit prevention which protects your PC even if it has not been updated with latest fixes.
Users running Kaspersky Anti-Virus on Windows 8 can download free Kaspersky Now app to easily view protection status, and also launch Anti-Virus tools and features. You can read more about Kaspersky Lab here.
In addition to Windows 8, Kaspersky Anti-Virus also supports Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7. Existing Kaspersky Anti-Virus users can upgrade to the latest version for free without uninstalling the previous version. Simply download and run Kaspersky Anti-Virus setup and then follow the installation wizard instructions to complete the upgrade.
You may need to uninstall other antivirus products from your PC before installing Kaspersky.
Visit the download page to purchase the license ($39.95 for one PC for one year). New users can visit the free online course page to better understand all features included in the Kaspersky Anti-Virus and Internet Security.
And if you are looking for a free antivirus software, we suggest you check out AVG Antivirus Free 2013, or Avast Free Antivirus.