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    You got Bloom County over there John? I thought that was strictly a US thing.

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    Their corporate version is pretty good. It's Norton which is to be avoided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPnyc View Post
    security essentials just misseda couple of Java exploits that Antivir caught and removed. I found out they were there by using Kaspersky online scan. That's when I switched. I uninstalled security essentials and installed avira.

    Also has the smallest footprint I've ever seen in an antivirus program.
    See this ^^^^ is why I used to come here all the time....

    thanks, my antiviruser free trial runs out today!
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    You got Bloom County over there John? I thought that was strictly a US thing.
    When I was down in London..........it's a pretty cosmopolitan place and you get most English language publications as well as a lot of foreign ones.

    Their corporate version is pretty good. It's Norton which is to be avoided.
    Yes, the private sector version has been a resource hog and source of conflicts for some years now. I have always found that rather strange, given that other vendors' products seem to be far more consistent. Basically the corporate versions tend to have network and remote management support, but are otherwise identical to the private ones.
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