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Cool 04-17-2010, 04:59 PM

oh, guess that one flew right over my head Steve......ooops..

sorry to the poster.....

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Default 04-19-2010, 06:15 AM

I use Microsoft Security Essentials for on the few occasions when I have needed it, it worked without any problems.

Remember that it will eat up the battery life on your laptop (for me by an extra 20 minutes or so from full charge) so if you disable W-LAN closing the process 'MSSECS.exe' will give you a little extra usage. Also important to remember to turn it back on when you're back on the nets.

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Default 04-28-2010, 09:37 PM

Hi everyone I'm new to the forum too and have just bought myself a Mini 9 for my IT business. I run all of my PCs on Eset NOD 32 and it's the only AV product we will sell.

So far repeat call-outs are down 34% year on year and as far as we can tell the culprit is definately NOD 32

As for free AV the best combination we have found is Avast run in conjunction with Malware Bytes.


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Default 05-16-2010, 06:04 PM

I used to have McAFee and it was a nightmare, now I use AVG. I've now had it for 6 months and so far so good.
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