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Old Version of AVG Free Edition 2013 2013.3267
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AVG Free Edition 2013 2013.3267
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 98 (AVG 7.5 524), 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8
License
Freeware
Release Date
18 March, 2013 (2 years ago )

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AVG Free Edition 2013 2013.3267

AVG Free Edition 2013 2013.3267 (126.14 MB)

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System Requirements of AVG Free Edition 2013 2013.3267
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8
Program Information of AVG Free Edition 2013 2013.3267
Version Name:
AVG Free Edition 2013 2013.3267

File Size:
126.14 MB

Released Date:
18 March, 2013 (2 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
DFAB1D8B4EB38390315946358C198C3F

SHA1 Checksum:
823057BC9612600350CF11528D8F72149B619C84

Version History of AVG Free Edition 2013 2013.3267
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About AVG Antivirus

AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition is a free anti-virus protection tool developed by GRISOFT for home use. We invite you to join the millions of satisfied customers worldwide who have downloaded the software and now enjoy the benefits of AVG Anti-Virus Free.

AVG Free Edition Features

  • Easy to use
  • Regular and automatic virus database updates
  • Realtime protection of files and e-mails
  • Scheduled and manual testing
  • Supports Windows and Linux OS
  • Great customer satisfaction.

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Did You Know?

The LinkScanner feature in AVG Free Edition protects you from third-party code exploits before they load in your browser and for ranking search results. Annoyingly, when you install its optional toolbar, it commandeers your new-tab page, decidedly inappropriate behavior.