First of all, McAfee products are the worst in terms of performance. Companies buy into McAfee’s deals and then foolishly end up paying large sums of money to upgrade their hardware because McAfee is very demanding.
Secondly, there used to be a time when both McAfee and Norton were notorious for slow performances. Norton was able to redeem itself by making changes in its core AV product. McAfee did no such thing and remained the shitty performing product.
Thirdly, McAfee isn’t “the worst” because in spite of its ultra-shitty performance there are still others that perform even worse (Avira/Avast are famous for false positives, false negatives, detecting but not being able to clean the system and other similar issues. Anyone who’s worked in a corporate PC that has McAfee will be able to ascertain this. Other people who don’t have this experience are not in a position to judge.
Fourthly, McAfee made some changes to their product in such a way that instead of consuming 60% of an i7 CPU, it would consume 20% but the remaining 40% was unloaded onto explorer.exe. You will find that once you start McAfee AV, explorer.exe spikes up crazily while the McAfee process remains at 20% (at idle). This helped McAfee because performance companies typically measure the performance of the vse.exe and completely overlook explorer.exe. I suspect that because of this reason McAfee is one of the biggest scams of our century (along the lines of Coca-Cola). I’m pretty sure that McAfee has fine-tuned its product for performance measuring system rather than actually unloading resources for the user.
Fifth, its IPO product is exceptionally good. And that is what makes McAfee win the sales.
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