Facts About Avast
Avast now has over 130 million registered users, who have chosen Avast for their personal or business protection.
In 2010, Summit Partners invested $100 million for a share in Avast Software Company.
Chosen by Google in 2010 as the standard protection for Google branded browser “Chrome”.
AVAST Software offers an award-winning security software available in more than 30 languages.
With more than130 million registered users,Avast alone provides rock solid protection for over 20% of internet users worldwide.
Based on 2010 statistics, Avast is now blocking over 100 Billion malware files per month.
Avast Antivirus engine is certified by independent authorities, such as the ICSA Labs.
Avast has won the prestigious VB 100% award multiple times.

Why Choose Avast ?
A fully efficient light weighted antivirus providing maximum security level.
Avast compelling features that include boot-time scan operation, virtualization Sandbox and much more.
Ensure robustness and efficiency with no more worries about data loss, accidental power failures, or even data theft.
Avast antivirus was designed to provide a high-performance, extremely scalable engine, with outstanding 100% detection rates.
Avast operates on a fully multi threaded model, offering rock-solid stability and low system footprint.
Suitable for use even in the most demanding, mission-critical systems.
Multiple file archive formats (ZIP, ARJ, RAR, TAR, GZIP etc.) and is even able to scan these archives recursively.

Technical Functions & Capabilities
Antivirus and anti-spyware.
Avast Sandbox - lets you safely browse suspicious websites or applications.
Real-time shields IM / P2P, Script, Mail, Network, File System & Behavior shields.
Real time Anti Root-kit protection.
File System / Mail Shield - Integrated Email Virus Scanner.
Extended compatibility with Windows XP , Vista and Seven and complete 32 bit and 64 bit support.
Antispam - keeps your mailbox free from spam and scam messages.
Multi-threaded scanning optimization - allows the splitting of large individual files between cores, accelerating the scanning process.