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With big improvements to its Windows and Android apps, 1Password isn't just for Apple users anymore, but it still lags behind LastPass.
Keeper is not the flashiest password manager, but it works well, has excellent security features and is not expensive.
LastPass's free version gives you almost everything you need from a password manager, and LastPass's moderately-priced paid version is the best out there.
Bitdefender Antivirus Free Edition runs on autopilot and offers no extras or customization options, but it's ideal for anyone who doesn't want to fuss with antivirus software.
Norton 360 Standard, Norton 360 Deluxe and Norton 360 with LifeLock include the most complete antivirus-software and identity-protection-service combinations you'll find today.
ESET's antivirus software barely slows system performance, but it offers middling malware protection and can get expensive if you have a lot of machines to protect.
IdentityForce offers the best overall service when credit monitoring is factored in, but LifeLock has the edge on pure identity protection.
Ring Video Doorbell 2 is flexible enough to go anywhere, plus it has good motion-alert settings and low cloud-storage costs.
AVG AntiVirus Free is beaten in features by its more glamorous sibling Avast Free Antivirus and beaten in malware protection by everything else.
Avast Free Antivirus offers a ton of features for a free antivirus program but has mediocre malware protection and a heavy system load.
Windows Defender isn't the absolute best antivirus software, but it's easily good enough to be your main malware defense.
Kaspersky Security Cloud Free combines excellent malware protection, plenty of extra features and a very light system-performance impact.
Acronis True Image is expensive and complicated, but it offers a wide range of options and features for hard-core PC users.
IDShield's frequent three-bureau credit reports and scores are great bargains, though IdentityForce and LifeLock monitor more personal data.
The Nest Cam IQ is a great outdoor security camera, but we prefer the Arlo Pro for its local storage and more affordable plans.
As the successor to Dropcam, the Nest Cam Indoor continues to set the standard for wireless home security cameras.
The Nest Cam IQ Outdoor is a well-constructed, tamper-resistant, intelligent camera that's part of the Nest Home security ecosystem.
If you're looking for a good video doorbell but don't want to spend more than $100, look no further.