Internet security software reviews are helpful to the consumer for a variety of reasons.
The Internet has become a dangerous place, riddled with criminals trying to steal information from you, and Internet security software reviews explain the software to the consumer; discuss its strengths and weaknesses; and give it a rating.
Isoftwarereviews.com introduces to the consumer the different categories within security software and defines them. It then takes multiple security programs and rates them with a check mark or an X (check mark means it has this security feature, an X it does not).
Additionally, this site gives the consumer a customer satisfaction page, indicating the percentage of consumers satisfied (or dissatisfied) with their security program.
TopTenReviews.com takes all of the Internet Security Suites for sale in 2010 and gives a very detailed review. It is very comprehensive, taking the different components of Internet security programs and giving them an in-depth review.
At the top of the review page, all of the Internet Security program prices are given, along with the option to purchase them. At the bottom of each review, access to reviewer's comments on the different software programs is given. TopTenReviews.com reviews a total of 21 security programs.
Not all of the existing reviews of Internet security software are set up for side-by-side comparison.
PCMag.com has its security reviews on a single page. Listed on it are the companies that offer Internet security software, the price ranges for the different security programs and all of the types of security systems reviewed by the site. What is unique about this site is that it does not review only security suites.
Cnet reviews not only provide information for different security software but also for other software applications as well. From turbotax to Microsoft Office, Cnet gives the consumer a wide array of reviews for different computer programs.
The only drawback for using this site for reviews is the lack of depth to the security programs reviewed. Cnet reviews only antivirus programs, leaving out anti-malware, anti-spyware, and other security oriented software programs. For the antivirus programs reviewed, they are broken down according to price and services rendered for the user.
Internet security software reviews can be helpful for the consumer in making an informed decision about which programs offer the most and have the highest reviewer and customer satisfaction.
However, the deciding factor in your decision about which program to purchase should be dependent upon an analysis of your needs and computer usage habits.