PC Magazine’s Neil Rubenking reviews the new Microsoft Windows Live OneCare security suite and finds it cheap, but lacking features:
At $49.95 direct for three computers, OneCare is cheaper than current security suites, but it also offers less. There’s no antispam protection, securing of private data, or parental control. Its firewall is functional but limited, and it doesn’t protect well against spyware. McAfee, Symantec, and possibly others will soon offer subscription-based protection as powerful as their existing suites and will add backup and “PC health” features—eliminating OneCare’s key differentiators. I can’t see how OneCare will survive without a major overhaul.
Hit the link for the full review.