Discussion in 'Windows - Software discussion' started by LUFFYPSP, Dec 26, 2007.
it won't crash
ok,and what about the NOD32??
about my prev post,do you agree with my choice??
yeah windows firewall won't crash you system so your ok
was it the full version AV, firewall and spyware program ? heres the link to download it
nod32 should install, I helped my grandma set up her computer and she bought nod32 and had to install it, make sure it is from eset.com, "don't use cracked antiviruses."
the link you gave me is for trial version...how to get a full version??
well the NOD32 i downloaded is a portable one so i think it is not the right one....
you have to pay for nod32 after the trial
did you read this and follow it
A valid username and password is required in order to download the software.
If you have not purchased NOD32 you may purchase it, download a free 30-day trial, or contact a company representative for assistance.
The single-user trial version must be converted to the full commercial version using the "Convert to full" button - found in the control center, in the update settings. Convert to full can only be accomplished AFTER entering your username and password (which were emailed to you in your license email.
If you experience any problems converting your trial version to a full licensed version, please UNINSTALL your NOD32 trial version, and install the correct full version from the download locations below.
Installation Guide available for Eset NOD32 3.0 here.
Installation Guide available for Eset Smart Security here.
For all versions, the latest version of the virus signature database must be downloaded immediately using the update feature within the program after the installation has been completed to ensure the highest detection capabilities of the system.
so in the end i have to pay it??oh lol,i think i'll use the freeware,but maybe my friend can upload a full version of NOD32 without having to pay for it.
yeah its a free 30 day trial after that its a pay program
what antivrus,antispyware and firewall you are using??
Trend Micro Internet Security 2007,which has a firewall plus i have a firewall/router.
then for spyware programs etc. i use STOPzilla,Ad-Aware SE Personal,AVG Anti-Spyware and Spybot. I also use Evidence Elimintor, ccleaner, Registry Mechanic, Windows Registry Repair and Highjack This its a little overkill but I've haven't had to refortmat my machine in over three years using all this
i've never heard of trend micro. I watch a show called "The Lab With Leo Laporte" and I used to use a software firewall, until I saw this episode here is a clip someone uploaded to youtube http://youtube.com/watch?v=1rsUefv-nlk
"then for spyware programs etc. i use STOPzilla,Ad-Aware SE Personal,AVG Anti-Spyware and Spybot. I also use Evidence Elimintor, ccleaner, Registry Mechanic, Windows Registry Repair and Highjack This its a little overkill but I've haven't had to refortmat my machine in over three years using all this"
-which one of this is a freeware??
-What Ad-aware SE personal does??and is it freeware??
-Whats Evidence Elimininator does??
-Whats Registry mechanic does??
-Whats Windows Registry Repair does??
-Whats ccleaner and how to use it??
-And whats hijack this does??
sorry for askin a lot,but i want to know...
Trend Micro is on of the top AV programs out there
better than NOD32??
pliz answer my other question.thnx...
I think Trend Micro is as good or better than NOD 32 but thats personal choice
Ad-aware is a spyware program and yes its freeware
Evidence Elimininator cleans your HD its a pay program ccleaner does about the same thing but its free
Registry mechanic and Windows Registry Repair are registry cleaner
you really need to google this stuff and read up on it
i understand all the apps you explained so no need to google.anyway i would like to thank you, ZoSoIV and tucker001 for all the info and help that you guys have gave me.thanx to you two i understand the security part of a pc.thnxs again and i'll be back once i got my new security software installed or any problems regarding them.
NOD32 or AVG AntiVirus.
Both small, compact, use little memory, very regularly updated and come with their own firewall software, and actively scan your computer.
That thing eats up system resources like it's nobody's business.
It's ridiculously slow and clunky and always runs about 20 processes in the background. Real system hog.
thanx for your suggestions.yeah norton really slows down my computer.i'll remove it once i got my AV downloaded.
didnt mean to double post but i want to take attention to those who helped me.well the links to free security on AD you gave is a link to 2007 update.can i still use it??or is it expired already??
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