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Bullguard is an all-encompassing security suite. It’s not quite as feature-rich as the competition but it’s a good package for those looking to get a little more from their antivirus software. It also runs well on resources, avoiding heavy system loads and offering numerous alternatives to help reduce the burden when necessary.

The program is accessed via modular hubs that have tiles that show the layout of its modules. These include firewalls, antivirus PC tune-ups, game boosters, and home network scanners. The «Vulnerabilities’ section will alert you to issues such as missing Windows updates autostart service, as well as open ports. The «Game Booster» is a function that optimizes your computer automatically when you play, is a great feature for gamers.

In our tests, we found that bullguard was very effective in preventing malware infections and was comparatively low on system resources compared to most competing products, particularly in terms of the use of CPU. However, we did notice that the antivirus’s background processes took up a significant amount of RAM, particularly on systems with a limited amount of memory. In high-resolution screens the hub app looked to be pixelated.

Bullguard’s Premium Protection subscription comes with a mobile component that gives parental controls, antitheft, and basic backup support to your tablet or smartphone. The app is a bit basic and doesn’t have a lot of essential features, including webcam security or shredders of files. The only way to contact assistance via phone is via live chat or email.