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Avira Antivirus Pro - Review 2020 - PCMag India

Avira Antivirus Pro - Review 2020 - PCMag IndiaAvira Antivirus Pro - Review 2020 - PCMag IndiaPosted: 11 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDTEvery computer needs antivirus protection, and one way companies can support that aim is to provide free antivirus to the masses. But these companies can't survive unless some users shell out their hard-earned cash for paid antivirus utilities. Piling on pro-only tools and components is one way companies encourage upgrading to a paid antivirus. Avira Antivirus Pro adds several components not available to users of Avira Free Security, but they don't really add much value. The biggest reason to pay for it is if you want to use Avira in a commercial setting, which isn't allowed with the free version.Avira's pricing is undeniably on the high side, with a list price of $59.88 per year for one license, $71.88 for three, and $95.88 for five. Admittedly, it seems to be perpetually on sale; just now, the one-license price is discounted to $44.99. That…

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Woman's 'repulsive' wedding request leads fiancé to reconsider entire wedding

An engaged Reddit user is turning heads after sharing his fiancée's "repulsive" wedding request. On April 13, the Redditor, writing under the username GlassAlarm, shared his story on the Am I the A***** (AITA) forum. In the post, he describes his fiancé's request and asks whether it'd be overreacting to call the whole wedding off because of it. The Redditor begins by explaining that he got engaged a few months ago. Everything was fine — but during some subsequent wedding planning, his fiancée revealed... that "it is 'family tradition' to put a ball and chain on the groom at the reception as [a] 'joke". "I am certainly not doing that, but she seems pretty firm on it. I feel like if you want to embarrass me like that. you can host your own reception without my family and friends there. and embarrass me all you want in front of your family and friends," he said. Because of his fiancé's request, the Reddit user is considering calling off the wedding altogether. In the comments, people have overwhelmingly come to the groom-to-be's defense. "What a repulsive, tacky tradition," one comment with 18,000 upvotes reads


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