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How to Make Avast Antivirus Faster On Windows 10 By Installing Nitro Update

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Avast is widely known for its Avast free for operating System. Millions of users use Avast Antivirus to protect their Windows from malicious threats and viruses.

Avast Antivirus Nitro Update

If you are also using Avast Antivirus then the good news is that Avast has recently released Avast Antivirus Nitro to make the antivirus lightweight, improve performance and include the latest CyberCapture technology.

According to Avast, Avast Antivirus Nitro Update is designed to improve speed, download time, boot time (almost 11% faster boot time), and system performance while using on . In short, once you update Avast Antivirus to Nitro Update on Windows 10, you should see a significant improvement in speed and over system performance.

The latest version is also lightweight as it utilizes the cloud to identify and analyze threats. Which means Avast will use less system resources than before. The Nitro Update also brings the latest CyberCapture technology which is powerful enough to identify and respond to threats to new threats.

PCs running Avast Antivirus Nitro Update run faster than they do with Microsoft’s own Windows Defender, according to Avast. It uses almost half the system resources compared to Windows Defender in Windows 10, as per Avast.

The Windows Defender is the default antivirus in Windows 10, it is automatically turned off when you install a third party antivirus software like Avast.

If you’re on Windows 10 with Avast Antivirus, install Avast Antivirus with Nitro Update right away. And if you’re relaying on Windows 10’s default Windows Defender, we recommend you start using a better third-party antivirus program.

Following is the link to download Avast Antivirus with Nitro update.

https://www.avast.com/index

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