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Don't underestimate the effect of not tolerating p2p file sharing.
That's how my daughter's machine (she's also a sorority girl)became a
Right. The purpose of AV software is to find malware already *on* the
machine. Whether or not it becomes activated matters only to the degree
you go to to remove it ;).
See. You provided a helpful lesson to them and it's working. I'd say you
earned your pay.
On Tue, 12 Apr 2005 07:50:12 -0500, optikl wrote:
I never have under-estimated any threat.
Which doesn't change the recommendation that AVG is a good product for
general home use, which is where this started. AVG has been proved in our
testing, and, though we're not a AV test company, it's worked to protect
clients we've installed it for.
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I have been to AVG forums and people there claim that you cant have AVG,
nortons installed on same machine (major problems). AVG works as good if not
better than nortons and people are happy with it.
Considering the support you get with AVG and the amount of happy users who
have used both AV before. I might go with AVG since I am a home user.
Nortons works fine to but it costs and in IT industry it is not
true.....you get what you paid for.
Both good products and 1 has poor customer support and subscription fee.
AVG for me