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February 2, 2011

Kaspersky PURE Total Security

Kaspersky PURE Total Security

PCMag.com, By Neil Rubenking

Many software companies release new products in the U.S. and then gradually translate them for other markets; not Kaspersky Lab. European users have been enjoying the Kaspersky PURE security mega-suite since last March. An enhanced version is now available in the U.S. as Kaspersky PURE Total Security ($89.95 direct for three licenses). This consumer-focused product includes all the functionality of Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 ($79.95 direct for three licenses, 4 stars) plus password management, backup, and comprehensive remote management across the home network.

Kaspersky PURE's user interface (UI) bears a strong similarity to that of Norton 360 Version 4.0 ($79.99 direct for three licenses, 4.5 stars), another mega-suite aimed primarily at the home user. Three large buttons offer status information for backup, overall computer protection, and parental control. Each button includes a small menu of quick tasks, and clicking the button opens a window with detailed information and actions for the selected area.

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