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YSK that Microsoft Security Essentials/Windows Defender has not had a consistent passing rating for virus protection since 2012. Here are the best alternatives.

tl;dr: You should probably be using BitDefender
Hello, professional tech guy here. I run a business where a big part of my job is doing virus removals, fixing/removing Norton and McAfee malfunctioning antivirus, and securing systems when clean. I've been doing it for a long time and I'm very good at what I do. Given the recent Avast controversy I'd like to clear some some very outdated misconceptions and give some up to date advice as to what you should be doing to protect your PC without spending a bunch of money on software licensing. My opinions will be opinions and my facts will be sourced.
The major misconception that I want to clear up is the one that Microsoft Security Essentials/Windows Defender (MSE from here on out) is a good antivirus or even a good enough antivirus solution. Based on tests from the two leading independent antivirus benchmark companies MSE barely qualifies as antivirus at all. It consistently rates at or near the bottom in terms of protection from not only zero-day attacks, which is what you really want your AV to protect against, but also well-known malware that has been in the wild for a while.
Here are the basic ratings from AV-Test.org for MSE protection:
Date OS Rating/6
February 2014 Win 7 0.0
August 2014 Win 7 0.0
December 2014 Win 7 0.0
April 2015 Win 7 0.5
August2015 Win 7 3.0
Jun 2015 Win 8 0.5
Oct 2015 Win 10 3.5
If you look at the actual detections rates you can see they go as high as 99.9% in some tests. The problem is the consistency. There are dips as low as 49%. You want an antivirus that is capable of good protection, especially against zero-day attacks, from one month to the next. MSE has been improving as of late, but it is still far below competitors in terms of protection.
Take a look at the October numbers for Windows 10. See the little icon to the right of the product names? That is the AV-Test certification icon. Microsoft lost their certification from AV-Test in October 2012 and hasn't been able to earn it back since.
AV-Test makes easy to digest numbers for bloggers and end users. A much more detailed source for techies is AV-Comparatives.org (AVC). We're going to look at the results of the most important test, the real-world protection test. The following data is sourced from this chart. Note that MSE is not even on that list. AVC doesn't even consider MSE an option. Instead they use it as a baseline for the absolute bare minimum protection. That is represented by the white dotted line. It's basically just a metric to embarrass other AV providers for being worse than MSE.
Month Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Blocked 84.6% 89.9% 90.9% 91.8% 89.6% 92.8% 93.1% 95.7% 97.0% 94.5%
In the November 2015 Real-World Protection ReportPDF MSE ranked 18th place. 4th from last.
In the June 2015 Real-World Protection ReportPDF MSE ranked 21st place. Dead last. The same is true for NovemberPDF and JunePDF 2014.
But what do all these numbers mean? 84-97/100 seems like pretty good results?
There's no such thing as a perfect antivirus. As such when we score them we score them against others in the industry. If you look at the green bars (malware actually blocked from infecting the machine using real-time scanning) in the AVC chart you'll see nearly all of them are considerably higher than the "baseline" which represents MSE. Now we're going to look at those numbers to make a few recommendations.
There are a lot of options for free antivirus out there. The numbers aren't everything, but they're very important. Let's look at some of the non-statistical drawbacks of the top contenders so you won't rag on me for not recommending your favorite free AV.
AVIRA is out of the running because it includes a nag screen popup asking you to buy the full version. There are ways to disable which involve hackery with file system permissions but that's for advanced users. In my eyes this makes AVIRA as "free" as WinZip. It's just an indefinite free trial.
AVG, while having respectable detection rates, has become an extremely bloated mess over the years. It includes a bunch of crap you don't need. It is also prone to breaking things like your internet connection.
Malwarebytes is not a comprehensive antivirus solution and the free version offers no real-time protection.
Avast attempts to manipulate user's email without their consent by adding a signature advertisement to the bottom of all outbound emails it detects.
Comodo sucks at detection rates.
So what are we left with? Here are the two best free antivirus programs as of the end of 2015:

Panda

Panda has consistent top-tier detection rates. There is a nag screen but you can disable it permanently in the settings. The drawback to Panda comes in the performance hit. Panda ranks somewhere in the middle of the road for performance impact by both AV-Test and AVCPDF. This performance impact is not going to be noticeable to your average user but if ricing your system is extremely important to you, move on to the final recommendation.
On my Windows 10 work laptop I run Panda because I regularly connect it to potentially infected networks and sometimes must plug in possibly infected storage devices. Panda has nice USB-scanning features. Like I said, computer repair guy here. Infected machines are a way of life for me. Not something I can avoid.
If you're of the tinfoil hat variety, Panda was founded by a Scientologist but he is no longer the CEO. There was some "controversy" in France in the late 90s about the then-CEO making financial contributions to Scientology. No other allegations have been made relating to Panda and Scientology.

BitDefender

(direct download link since some are having problems with redirects)
If we're going purely by the numbers, BitDefender not only wins out over all the other free antivirus programs, but almost all of the paid versions as well. The lowest score BitDefender received since March 2015 is 99.8% in the AVC Real-World test while regularly pulling in 100%. In October 2015 BitDefender got perfect scores for all metrics that AV-Test measures.
I have a secondary Windows 10 install on my main desktop and if I ran antivirus on it, I would run BitDefender. My home antivirus is built into the network and I run Linux 99.9% of the time so I don't bother.

But I'm smart and I don't visit shady sites or download sketchy files

First off, quit acting like you don't watch streaming porn. You're not convincing me or anyone else. I've had dozens of customers look me square in the eye and insist they don't watch porn while I have their motherfucking porn-riddled bookmarks bar open in front of them. If I don't buy it from people who are paying me, I'm not buying it from strangers already on the internet.
Second and most importantly, shady sites and downloads are not really what you should be concerned about the most. What you should be concerned about are zero-day vulnerabilities in the software you run like Flash, Java, browser extensions, your browsers themselves, third party software and libraries used in other software you run, and yes, even your graphics drivers which are exploited every day to serve malware to unsuspecting users via otherwise benign seeming means. There are many completely trustworthy and legitimate sites and services that have been compromised to serve malware over the years.
I don't care how many science bitches made us more smarter, you should be running antivirus on your Windows machine unless you're in IT and know what you're doing. No, building a couple of gaming rigs and running TRON on your grandma's computer does not make you an IT expert. No, "I've never had an infection before and I don't..." is not an argument.

But is there any reason to buy an antivirus program?

Short answer, no. The primary reason for paying for antivirus is support. That is, a number you can call where someone will remote into your machine for free and repair any issues that may come up as a result of viruses or the antivirus program breaking. That can be handy for grandma who lives three hundred miles away and you don't want to constantly remote into her machine to fix things. Your average user doesn't need it.
Paid commercial antivirus programs usually are part of "security suites" that have a bunch of bloat features you don't need or can get from other better, potentially free sources like password management, phishing protection, or browser filtering.
And the final kick in the pants, more bloat = more opportunities to break. Kaspersky is considered the gold standard for detection rates. It has been consistently at the top of the charts for many years. However I spend an inordinate amount of time unfucking Kaspersky because some part of it breaks, usually the updater. Norton is another antivirus that consistently breaks the machines it's installed on and can be a pain to remove if you don't have the right tools. One example is Norton installs shell extensions (the custom options that show up when you right click on a file in File Explorer) which regularly break in a way that causes File Explorer to go into a launch-crash loop at boot making your PC unusable. The less a piece of software does, the better chance it has of doing everything it does well.

Do I need a firewall to go with my antivirus?

The answer is typically, no. Despite what Hollywood has tried to teach us, a firewall is not some sophisticated piece of software with intelligently blocks hackers from your computer. That kind of software exists, but is far outside the scope of even your typical power user. A firewall simply blocks incoming and outgoing ports based on predefined rules. Windows comes with a completely passable firewall built in, as does every consumer router sold in the last decade. If you're running Windows behind a router, you're already behind two firewalls. Furthermore, the idea of someone "hacking" into your computer by breaking into it over a network is more or less Hollywood nonsense that doesn't belong anywhere outside of bad NCIS episodes. If your computer is compromised in a way to let an attacker in, it's because you've been infected. Not because they broke through your two firewalls from behind seven proxies. If you're actually at risk of being truly and properly "hacked" over a network, you're running servers on your network and hopefully know what you're doing already.
I hope that was informative. Every time the discussion of free antivirus comes up on it turns into a huge confusing round of anecdotes and mud slinging. Hopefully this can address the common question of "Well then what should I use?" next time that discussion is raised.
Securing your computer is much more than just having the best antivirus, but that's not in the scope of this post. Maybe next time.
Happy computing!
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