Both security softwares provide excellent protection against malware, and have a low impact on performance of PCs. Kaspersky is the winner of this comparison because it has an easy and intuitive user interface and also comes with additional features like password management and shredders for files.
Its open-frame interface employs light colors and puts the most essential functions in the front. The current status of the device appears at the top of the screen, while other options are presented in large blocks that can be clicked to get more information or to complete the task in question. This design is intuitive for most computer users. Your subscription status is displayed in a a sleek bar at the bottom.
Kaspersky received perfect scores in the real-world tests conducted by AV Comparatives. This is because it detected all 752 samples and had no false-positives. The software performed well in studying files and removing malicious code once they had been removed. It has minimal impact on performance.
Kaspersky has a large knowledge base and a community forum where customers 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 provide an option to purchase tickets for customers that may need additional assistance.