I roll like this. Works just fine.
A lot of functions have been restored in 5.1 it seems - Now you can set OP again, among other things. Not sure why they got rid of it in the first...
Took about 4 seconds to clean edge, ie, chrome, temp files and error reports.
(this also is a 14 day old install of Windows, so that helps too I bet)
Sorry Google, but I think I'll stick to uBlock Origin.
Not to mention more expensive. First you gotta spend cash on a blueray burner and then the discs. For the same price you could get a 256GB+ usb...
Pretty sure it's already enabled, unless I somehow missed it in another setting somewhere.
WD: Same as you, plus I'd add "will make Windows bug out" as well.
KAV: No noticeable impact after initial full scan, it's actually the...
Also, it's pretty bad that "Defender" doesn't have any additional defenses if it doesn't detect, let's say crypto ransomware (just to ride the...
I like to try things out before spending cash. Hiding notifications behind a paywall, instead of letting people try it for a week or so, is not...
I'd use this, if it wasn't for the paywall.
When Adblock started accepting payments from companies to whitelist ads, I instantly uninstalled it.
Ublock Origin replaced it and it works better...
No, it really doesn't.
If you have a very old ssd, you should worry. These days however ssd's can withstand a ton of writes, and I mean a ton. They all support trim and...
First time in over 10 years that I'm using an antivirus .. I went with KAV.
Aww, well it's not too bad - I like how it looks now anyway so that's good. Thanks!
I paid for 10, so no I don't use it anymore. Good OS though! Miles better than that Vista trash, which only survived 14 days before I threw the...
I'm saying the numbers are there and that's what people are going to base their purchase on. Feel free to disagree.
That's the beauty of these tests, I don't have to personally try them out. The numbers are there.
wow ESET o_O
Slower launch of standard software applications .. +109%. Ouch!
Times sure has changed since I used NOD32 2.7 lol
To elaborate, it's called System Watcher and is found in all Kaspersky products (as far as I know anyway). Even the regular antivirus have it.
Yep there's a setting for that.
Yikes, turned it off again then. They really should give your eyes time to adjust.
I have just enabled it. It'll be interesting to see if it switches instantly or gradually like f.lux.
However generally, I don't use it.
KAV and a router. Everything else is disabled.
I'm shocked by the lack of screenshots in this thread :D Would love to see if it looks any different compared to 2016/2017.
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