Any interruptions to your gaming won’t come from us. Turn on Gaming Mode to keep Avast so silent you won’t even know it’s there.
Battle, fight, or race on. With negligible CPU and GPU consumption, Avast protects your PC without affecting your gaming experience.
Get maximum gameplay by deactivating your Web Shield. This speeds up your Internet connection so you won’t get any lag.
Independent industry experts, AV-Comparatives, recently tested 20 antivirus and Internet security products. Avast Free Antivirus topped every single one of them and received an Advanced Plus three star award in the May 2015 Performance Test.
An antivirus shouldn’t interfere with your gaming. Using Avast means no screen freezes, updates, lagging or annoying crashes while you play
Fighting hackers is a never-ending battle. Thankfully Avast sends out constant, real-time updates from the world’s largest virus database
Battling online baddies? Defend yourself after the game’s over too. Avast intelligently detects and disposes of, viruses, spyware, malware and other threats.
Avast combines enhanced performance with expert security. Sign in faster to any gaming portal, and buy more games without remembering your passwords.
The most important is that it does not have any negative impact on my gaming experience.Marie R.
I love it, works perfectly.Jonathan R.
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Follow these two easy steps and you’ll be gaming faster in no time.
Right-click on the Avast icon on the right side of the taskbar.
Click on “Silent/Gaming Mode’’ to activate the feature.
You can also click on the parameters icon on the top right of the Avast UI.
And then in the ‘’General’’ category, check the ‘’Silent/Gaming Mode’’ box to activate the feature.
Play on uninterrupted. Just follow these instructions.
Click on the parameters icon on the top right of the Avast UI.
Select “Active Protection“ and then turn off Web Shield for however long you like.
Let your imagination set the limit
Game on with Avast