Win a MacBook Air Courtesy of AVAST Software
Article by George Norman
On 08 May 2012
The chance to win some free tech is given to you by AVAST Software, the Prague-based company that specializes in the development of security software solutions. AVAST Software has recently announced that it is running a promo via popular social networking site Facebook and as part of it it’s putting up five new MacBook Air devices as the prize. Keep reading to find out what you have to do to have the chance of winning a MackBook Air:

To be able to take part in the contest you need to be a registered AVAST Software user. If you’re not, go register now. You can do so by getting avast! Free Antivirus for Windows or avast! Free Antivirus for Mac. Assuming you’re already registered, what you have to do next is “like” Avast’s Facebook page (you can access it here). Assuming now that you’re a registered user and you already liked Avast on Facebook, head over to the Mac Promo section by clicking here. Click on “Enter Contest” and give the app access to your account.

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Next up, Avast! Software will ask you to get a picture of you with an apple and submit it to the contest. You have until May 18th to submit the image alongside your personal details (first and last name, email, date of birth). Make sure you get a picture that others will find interesting, because between May 18th and May 28th, the images will be posted on Facebook and the community will vote on them. So make sure you post a picture that can bring in the votes. On May 28th the winners of the promo, the winners of 5 brand new MacBook Air devices will be announced. The winners will be the people who posted the top 5 favorite photos.

The aforementioned Avast! Free Antivirus for Mac was released to the public about a week ago. It is a full-fledged security app that protects against malware and other threats to Mac OS X-powered systems. “The popularity of Apple computers have made Macs an interesting – and wide open – target for the bad guys. With avast! Free Antivirus for Mac, we are ready to help close this window of vulnerability,” said Vince Steckler, CEO of AVAST Software.




Tags: Security, AVAST Software, Apple, MacBook Air, Facebook, promo, avast! Free Antivirus for Mac
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