Total AV aims to provide “Advanced Antivirus Protection for the Entire Family,”
Through their extensive range of security features integrated all into a single application that is used across multiple platforms and devices, such as Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS.
Although many of Total AV’s competitors have been available on the consumer market for years, Total AV has sprung up as a burgeoning, determined, and capable antivirus software program that is devoted to evolving, improving, and perfecting its many features.
While not the top antivirus product on the market by any means, Total AV doesn't trail too far behind industry giants such as Norton and McAfee. In fact, as Total AV continues to incorporate vast improvements into its software, analysts predict the company will soon be well on its way to becoming a top contender in the antivirus market.
Brimming with a wealth of features as well as being intuitive and effortless to use, Total AV offers a user-friendly experience that is a far cry from newer competing antivirus companies such as Avira and PC Protect.
Outstanding performance and a powerful ability to eradicate viruses, malware, trojans, and worms, Total AC defends your computer with the consistency and quality you might expect from a much higher priced product like Norton.
Our rating for Total AV antivirus is a solid 8/10.
TotalAV operates fantastically with Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. There is a free version available that is considerably scaled back from the paid version but still notable for its ability to detect and eradicating malware as well as boosting overall computer performance.
Integrated user-efficient features such as automatic cleanup and system booster enable users to maintain their computers in a healthy and viable fashion.
Features like cleanup and system boost help the user keep his/her computer healthy.
Analysts have heralded Total AV as one of the most easy-to-use and user-friendly antivirus software products on the market. Download, installation, and configuration are relatively effortless and does the majority of the work for the user.
We were particularly impressed with the aesthetically appealing, bright and clean design of Total AV’s website and its easy access to all of its most important and frequently used features.
Total AV is distinctive in that it comes with a password management system, disc cleanup, system boost, and a full VPN system that so many lesser competitors are lacking; typically found on the antivirus software from industry giants that have been in business for far longer.
Total AV costs $49 per year and is thus just a tad more expensive than its competition. Bitdefender, Kaspersky, Norton, and Webroot Secure Anywhere are all available with editions costing less than $40. Notably, however, with Total AV, users are given five licenses instead of the single licenses given by most antivirus programs. Essentially, the price is a bit higher, but in the end, you get more for the buck, in terms of licensing.
Fast, efficient, and just plain easy to use, Total AV is a great contender that's worth checking into, especially with its full-scale Virtual Private Network.
Customer support for any device includes the following:
Money back Guarantee
Manual Virus Scanning
USB Virus Scan
Registry Startup Scan
Auto Virus Scanning
From PC REVIEW
Total AV’s Protection against malware infections such as viruses, worms or Trojan horses was consistently rated at or near the levels of Bitdefender and Kaspersky.
Total AV's vast collection of bonus features and extra benefits are undeniably alluring to many consumers looking for a new antivirus program. Although we believe Total AV has a brilliant future in the industry, as it stands now, some of their core elements require improvement and retooling.
A great example of the need for improvement is Mac World’s comprehensive testing on Total AV’s software program. Out of their numerous attempts, they came to an average six out of the viruses successfully caught by Total AV.
The software also was troublesome in its attempts to contend with malware scanning. For professionals and experts, this program will frustrate them immensely. However, for a novice user, it’s a cheap option, but there are better, more capable programs to be had, even the some that are free of cost.
Users should consider pricing especially since the low price is only available for the first year and can potentially skyrocket the next year.
Total AV is a viable option for casual at-home users for personal usage, but the savvier, more experienced internet users will bypass this one for a more reliable program they can count on time and again
Total AV has quite the curious combination of near stellar ratings from leading cybersecurity and digital issues publications, yet sports a particularly awful BBB (Better Business Bureau) Rating.
11 Negative Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
12 Total Customer Complaints
Many of the complaints centered around the unethical automatic renewal of antivirus subscriptions at prices that were drastically inflated than the previous year
A significant majority complained of malware infecting their computer, effectively damaging it beyond repair and stated that Total AV did and does not perform the job that it advertises itself to do
A vast number of people asked for refunds and were declined, ignored, and refused - even those within the thirty-day money back guarantee that is featured on Total AV’s website
There have been many instances of “accidental’ upgrades by clicking out a popup
As of today, Total AV has no positive reviews on the Better Business Bureau’s site, yet still boasts plenty of newcomer accolades and awards from leading industry publications.
Our advice is to stay wary of this company, at least until they can solidify their features and tools and improve their business practices to become the dynamic company that definitely has the potential to be. In the meantime, stick with Norton, Kaspersky, or McAfee for confidence, security, and stress-free experience.
“TotalAV has an extensive range of security features integrated all into a single application.”