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McAfee protects your Mac without affecting performance

Glenn Fleishman | Nov. 28, 2011
Mac OS X users are notably resistant to the ploys of anti-virus, anti-malware, and security-monitoring software offered for our platform. "What--me worry?" could be our motto, as well as, "Not paying for that!" Over the long haul, that attitude has served us well, but the nature and diversity of risks has increased, and is likely to get worse.

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It's a hard sell to tell someone who has had no problems and expects none to pony up hard-earned cash for a product that seems unnecessary. But I find the prophylactic effects of McAfee Internet Security aren't as interesting as the amount of information and control the software provides over the routine function of your system and network connections.

 

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