Using it: liking it. Light on W10 laptop - no problems.
Thanks for that. I'm running with TinyWall which seems to have no impact on performance, so far.
No firewall in TS, so what is the best route to follow?
Running Panda Free with Windows 10. No slowdowns or problems at all.
That would be 01/07/2015, then, surely? ;)
Expired on the 7th. January 2015?
Thanks for the heads up on this product!
I have removed Comodo IS, Trusteer Rapport and installed 360 and Private Firewall and my internet...
I have used Private Firewall perfectly happily alongside Avast! free, on my Acer 64 bit W7 laptop.
Here's another vote for PCAV with PF. Running on a Windows 7 64 bit laptop.
Me! W7 Home Premium 64 bit. No problems
Thanks from me, too.;D
Totally OTT cr*p
The release candidate of this version is ticking along nicely on my W7, 64 bit laptop and is playing happily with Panda Cloud AV.
Turn off Windows Security Centre notifications - it's not necessary if you have a modicum of control of, or interest in, your security set-up!
AVS4You is registered in the UK, as a limited company, but looking at the grammar and sentence construction on their home page, I would be...
On starting up this morning I had a pop-up saying that Panda anti-phishing has stopped working.
I think perhaps it did not install properly as...
Oh bugger! :wacko: :wacko: :wacko:
Running now on W7, 64 bit.
Silly question - how do you tell which version you have? :-\
¡ Muchisimas gracias, Pedro!
Interestingly when I click on any of the "BUY" buttons, anywhere in the interface, all I get is a small window telling me that it is gathering...
Just for the hell of it I'm trying a trial version of Avast! Internet Security.
It has little or no discernible effect on my Windows7 64 bit...
Windows 7 with the free version of the Firewall Control.
Is the paid version worth it?
I've been trying Clear Cloud, via their applet activation, for around a fortnight, on a Windows 7, 64 bit system.
I found quite a few sites which...
Ashampoo NEVER stop sending you spam.
Luckily it gores to a "junk mail" address, in my case.
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