I don't just love it, I sell it
I was turned on to AVG back with v6 Free. I was using it and one day it picked up a virus on El Reg! Well, actually a virus in the third-party ad server. After that, I was pretty much sold as Norton was getting WAYYYY too bloated and cumbersome, and I had already ditched McAfee after watching it eat two computers.
I signed up and have maintained my level as a Gold Authorized Reseller since 2003. All of my managed sites use it and love it. And I always get good feedback from new customers.
And to the chap saying that AVG won't remove false positives, I have never had such a problem. Over the past five years I have run into only five false-positives, each caught by heuristics, and each one dealt with swiftly and within two AVI releases.
It's been fun to be a part of this product as it has matured over the years. I've watched the program gain more features without a bloated foot-print, and I've watched the Network Edition admin console develop into a very powerful utility. I've watched as the product line has streamlined and added much needed offerings, especially for SBS.
Paris, because given the chance, AVG could keep her clean, too!
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