SecurityCenter is the name for the GUI - graphical user interface - what you see when you open the software on your desktop.
Whilst VirusScan Plus, Antivirus Plus in some markets, Internet Security and Total Protection, etc. etc., are the names for suites containing varying amounts of tools depending on what you want.
This is further confusing in that some 3rd party suppliers (ISP's etc.) of the software call the whole thing SecurityCenter and then there's Windows Security Center......it can be puzzling at times.
You renewal will give you whatever it is you have now but the latest version of course.
This is my SecurityCenter but as you can see I have Total Protection. However, some ISP's or other 3rd party suppliers of the software rename that or even stamp their own brand on it.
This is my SecurityCenter, which, as you see, is actually named
As others have pointed out, the price for renewing SecurityCenter
is higher than the price for renewing Internet Security and
Total Protection. Why might this be?
If I switch to Internet Security or McAfee Total Protection,
which is the most like the SecurityCenter that is really called
That's quite possible, is your McAfee software provided by Comcast or someone similar?
As far as prices go it pays you to shop around, so go wherever you get the best deal, but be careful of pirated software websites, although they aren't too common.
From just looking at it I would say you already have Total Protection but that's a guess. If you expand those 'drawers' and see Anti-Spam, Anti-Theft, Online Backup, SiteAdvisor Live and Parental Controls then it is, if not then it could be their equivalent of Internet Security Suite. Comcast and others tailor the suites to suit themselves.
If you do choose to go with a different suite from another source, then I recommend you uninstall McAfee via Control Panel in the normal way, then run the MCPR cleanup tool linked under Useful Links at the top of this page, reboot and then install from your new account.