Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by trjam, May 11, 2011.
And include behaviour blocker in the free version. Now all its top competitors in free version features behavior blocker.
Here is a scanning screenshot. As you can see it is still called luke filewalker
You don't have to. It took me awhile but I got my machine sorted out for the most part. Im back on Avast now. Will report this bug to Avira however.
The interface in the screenshot kindly provided by windowsdefender in post # 160 retains a lot of the elements of version 10 so not a radical departure there. But I wonder why (like many others competitors ) Avira is also doing things that the OS already can do or does like backing up documents etc?
Maybe they are trying to encourage their users to backup their data?
Ther own back up application for the Internet Security users, we beta testers do not get the backup or firewall (which is not worth it in my opinion)
Anyone hear from trjam today...did he move out from Irene? Just wondered....
I do not know.
Not today. Can't say more, secret sources and NDA and all that.
Places to go, things to do I guess
nice i want it too can i get copy
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I understand...for eyes only! No need to know!
I can't get the program to install in VirtualBox.
My bro installed this on his netbok and guess what, it made it unusable, at the first boot it just would not load properly and then he had to restart it a few times, when it finally worked it hogged down the PC So he ended up uninstalling it
Still no ProActiv on x64, and scan for incompatible software during install detected Hitman Pro as incompatible.
My system was not unstable, I just had a minor glitch with the updates.
Yes, but it is still a beta, give them a chance.
Have you confirmed on the registration link from the BETA invitation mail that you got
Try reinstalling Hitman after Avira install.
Well what's mentioned is results, and if the company can't deliver the features/stability that's expected, then what you see posted here is what you get.
I cannot believe they still call it Luke Filewalker. I was hoping for some other name. But, I guess it does not make much difference as I moved on to avast!
Was ProActiv promised for x64 or hinted at for v12?
Has Avira set an official date for x64 implementation as far as you know?
Somewhat amazing that there's still such a basic difference between x86 and x64...
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