AVG Extends Availability of Free Security Software to Spanish-language Computer Users Latin American and Spanish-speaking North American residents benefit from native-language AVG Free 8.0
The free software will be available to Spanish-speaking computer users
throughout North and
The launch of the new Spanish-language version is part of an ongoing effort by the company to make its free product widely accessible to computer users worldwide. AVG Free 8.0 is intended for personal and non-commercial use on single computers running Windows 2000, XP or Vista. Users can download the software at http://free.avg.com/la-es, where the company also hosts a user-driven support forum.
"The introduction of native-language versions of our free software is part
of our overall strategy and mission to safeguard computer users worldwide,"
Computer usage is increasing dramatically throughout
AVG Free 8.0 goes beyond the protection provided by other free security products to deliver just-in-time protection against "drive-by downloads" -- the invisible threats that can place malware onto a computer without the user having taken any action at all. These threats can be hidden in any type of website and may remain on any given site for an hour, a day, or a week. The transient nature of these threats means they are impossible to track down using conventional anti-virus or anti-spyware products. Conversely, AVG's unique LinkScanner Safe-Search protection safeguards users at the most important time -- when they click on a URL in a search results page.
About AVG Technologies
AVG is a global security solutions leader protecting more than 85 million
consumers and small business computer users in 167 countries from the
ever-growing incidence of web threats, viruses, spam, cyber-scams and hackers
on the Internet. Headquartered in
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