If you are one of the Kaspersky loyal users, you get a great news today. The Russia -based Kaspersky Lab has just released the first version of Kaspersky Internet Security 2013, claiming that it will fix incompatible issues happening on Windows 8. As a Windows XP user, at first, I was not sure whether it will run on my old Windows operating system computer or not. However, the true is: it works.
I also have another nice information for you today. If you are looking for Kaspersky 2013 license key, you will be able to get 90 days free of charge this powerful antivirus during the trial time without doing anything.
If you follow my early articles, you may have known that I became a Kaspersky loyal users in 2007. It is always one of the best security application suites as far as I know. At the moment, I am using Kaspersky 2012 and I am completely satisfied with its capacity against malwares. This version is still listing on the top best security suite for both home and business users.
I just downloaded Kaspersky 2013 to test its interface and new features. At first, in term of interface, there is not much different between 2012 and 2013 version. It is too early for the newer comes to the store. Normally Kaspersky Labs gradually releases the final version after at least 2 or 3 months since the day the first version appeared for testing purpose.
Similar to previous versions, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 provides the basic tools needed to protect your PC. Meanwhile, the more advanced version Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 offers more features which may ensure your computer activity 100% safely. In my experience, Kaspersky Antivirus version is still the perfect choice for home users because its price is significantly lower than KIS.
Over the past few years, Kaspersky Labs has turned Kaspersky into one of the most prominent antivirus solutions on the market. The appearance of the newer version always brings more features and technology and Kaspersky 2013 is no exception.
Kaspersky 2013 has been integrated a new features that was exclusively designed for Windows 8. It will automatically protect Metro applications on the screen. Theoretically, Kaspersky 2013 does not affect your computer resource and other software as well but as I tested on XP environment, the beta version did not work well and consumed a decent of system resource. Here are more screenshots I took on my computers.
Safe Banking feature in Kaspersky 2013
Main features in Kaspersky 2013
The last thing I want to tell you is that, you can enjoy free 3 months Kaspersky 2013 without doing anything. Just activate trial subscription option during the install process. Your computer will thereby be protected freely in 90 days with Kaspersky 2013.
Download Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 220.127.116.112 Beta here http://special.kaspersky-labs.com/3A8VCJNYOJN7JYU8HFUW/kis18.104.22.1682en.exe (141.17MB in total).
Have you already installed Kaspersky 2013 on your Windows 8 based computer? Let me know your experience. In case you are looking for a free Kaspersky license key, I hope this post will somehow benefit you!
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