A while back, Bitdefender released Panda antiviscirus, a free antivirus that was designed to be a complete replacement for Avast’s paid-for version.

Since then, it’s been one of the most popular free antiviruses on the market.

It has a built-in anti-malware scanner and some additional features like “optimize” mode, and a more recent update brings it up to version 2.5.

It’s also got the most features out of any free antiviscorner on the planet.

For example, you can now scan all of your drives and folders with a single click, and there’s even a dedicated “disk scan” option that will give you a summary of all of the drives and their locations.

It also lets you search for files and folders on your computer, which is a big plus when you’re scanning your entire drive.

It will automatically find any files that are on a drive that’s on a specific path, and then display them in a simple, clean interface.

This new version of Panda is currently available for Windows and Mac, but it should be available soon for other platforms as well.

Bitdefenders Panda antivirutys main selling point is that it’s free, but there’s an upgrade available for a small fee of $19.99, or $19 for a lifetime subscription.

BitDefender also offers other antivirus extensions, like “Advanced Scanner,” “Disk Scanner” and “Extended Anti-Malware.”

The free version of BitDefenders Panda comes with about 150 MB of memory and can’t do much more than scan the drive for malware, but the full version is said to have up to 1.5 GB of RAM and up to 50 MB of storage.

It’ll run for 10 hours on a single charge.

The $19/year option gives you up to 200 MB of RAM, a larger storage volume and more RAM, but also costs you a $10 subscription fee.

We also tested out the $14/year version, which we think is the best value on the list.

BitDEFEND’s Panda antiviral features: You can scan all your drives for malware with a simple click.

The search results page includes both a list of files and directories, as well as links to additional information, including links to Google’s search engine and a list that lists every file on the drive.