Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by gerardwil, Aug 17, 2006.
Prevx1 Release v188.8.131.52 (Prevx1r Upgrade and Prevx1 Install only)
can someone post screenies? i have windows x64 and the new version wont work.
so does the new version let us disable that startup scan?
Yes, although it also performs better, taking little to no CPU while scanning memory. I would strongly encourage people to leave it or change to run every x hours unless it's really causing problems.
it causes no slowdown for me, tho i find it annoying to see the lil message every time i boot the computer.
Agreed. That little box does get annoying. I'd rather it scan every few hours instead of having it slow down boot time.
This is one program I'm going to miss...
I'm new member but have been browsing the forums for well over a year.
I've had Prevx1 since January 06 and had not had any issue with it until i have just downloaded the new look "Fisher Price" GUI.
It's grown on me now but i have just seen something that really has kicked me right in the balls
See the attached image:
So Prevx1 is only good for removing Malware once, at which point you will need to purchase another license to remove any more malware you may get
WTF thats just Ghey
Hope Eset and others dont follow suit.
heres how pricing for prevx1 goes:
I don't think you get it, it's free until you get any malware that's cleaned, then you have to buy a one year license, just like Eset and the others.
Aye It wasnt clear, I thought it was notifying me and not everyone in general.
I was worried that although I have 153days left on my license I;d need to purchase a new license each time prevx removes malware
Some people just want to use Prevx1 to remove malware, this makes it so those people can leave it installed and just buy a 1 month license here and there as needed, and the trial basically doesn't start until you actually see it in action. If you have a 1 year license, then you're good for that year
Does this version include that automatic malware analysis engine thingy?
The automated analysis is always being enhanced in several ways, but especially within the community database.
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