I have installed Webroot Secure Anywhere Essentials on one of my computer and it is not a resource hog like the old Webroot was. It's really lite and very fast. It's new and I got a year license for it (got it as a gift) so I'll play around with it and see what it does.
I have very good experience with Prevx and the new Webroot Secure anywhere.I have not been here a long time because of a certain moderator,but almost since I left I have used Prevx 220 on one of my computers (XP machine with PC tools firewall) and Secure anywhere on my new one,and IMO it performs like the best outthere.I only use Windows 7 own firewall on the new,and I have not been touched by anything (4 attacks that was taken by SA).I use Sandboxie,just to be on the safe side when I visit strange places,but thats not often.MBAM to on demand scannings.
What attract me so much to (especially Secure anywhere) is its exstremely low ressource footprint,and the good detection.Its still new,but I think it could be very interesting for many,when they see the detection rate,and experience the ressource footprint.
NAT router,Windows 7 (64 bit).i5 2500,4 GB DDR3,Nvidia GeForce GTX 480,SSD 120 GB.
Webroot SecureAnywhere Essentials.MBAM to on demand scannings.