When it comes to my PC’s security, I blindly trust Kaspersky Internet Security not just because Kaspersky products have been performing really well in the independent lab test results but also because Kaspersky Internet Security has never let me down in the past seven years.
Those of you who recently upgraded to Windows 10 and looking for a right Internet Security solution should try out Kaspersky Internet Security before thinking about other security solutions in the market.
To start with, it’s important to use a security solution that protects you from all kinds of threats, from viruses to malware. Kaspersky Internet Security has been consistently scoring high in tests conducted by AV-Test. For those who are not aware, AV-Test is a well-known, independent antivirus testing house.
Kaspersky Internet Security Features
When it comes to features, the latest version of Kaspersky Internet Security includes everything required to keep PCs running Windows 10 operating system safe from viruses, malware, and web threats.
NOTE: Although Kaspersky Internet Security 2020 is available to download, the final version of the product is not out yet. So we are not discussing Kaspersky Internet Security 2020 here now. We will update this article with additional information once the final version of 2020 is released.
Kaspersky Internet Security for Windows comes with anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-phishing, anti-rootkit, anti-spam, and anti-banner technologies. Besides those core features, there are URL advisor, safe money, two-way firewall, secure keyboard, virtual keyboard, application control, and parental controls.
For your information, the Kaspersky Antivirus product offers only anti-virus, URL advisor, file advisor, anti-phishing, and system watcher. So it’s always better to go for Kaspersky Internet Security than Antivirus.
The secure keyboard technology helps you to keep your password and data safe. When you open a bank’s or any other payment website, Kaspersky’s secure keyboard automatically opens and secures your data from key loggers. The feature is handy as many times we forget to use the virtual or on-screen keyboard while entering credentials on the bank or payment website.
The system watcher and rollback is another important feature available in Kaspersky Internet Security. With this technology, one can get rid of malware even if it manages to get into your PC.
One of the most important features of Kaspersky Internet Security is its two-way firewall. In addition to preventing hackers from gaining access to your PC, this two-way firewall stops malware from sending information such as your passwords and other personal information from your PC to the outside world, meaning that even if an anonymous malware enters your PC, your personal and banking information will be safe.
Last but not least, with default settings, whenever a program tries to access your webcam, Kaspersky alerts you by displaying a notification. Under Privacy Protection settings, you can view what all programs tried to access your webcam in the past 30 days. There is an option to turn off the webcam as well by blocking access to the camera, a convenient feature indeed.
System requirements for Kaspersky Internet Security
# 1 GHz or higher processor
# At least 1 GB of RAM (x86) or 2 GB of RAM (x64)
# All recent versions from Windows XP to Windows 10
If this is the first time you’re going to use the Kaspersky Internet Security and want to try out it, you can visit the following page to download the latest version of Kaspersky Internet Security for Windows 10. Note that there is only one installer available for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 10.
Download Kaspersky Internet Security for Windows 10
For those who are planning to upgrade from a previous version, you can legally use a previous version product key to activate your copy of the latest version of Kaspersky Internet Security. Do let us know if you’re having any difficulties while installing or using the Kaspersky Internet Security on Windows 10.
Kindly don’t install multiple antivirus or internet security software on the PC. Good luck!