Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by JerryM, Apr 16, 2013.
So, it seems like the only antivirus which still have a true "interactive" mode is ESET NOD32
What makes you think it's the only one?
Tried several of them, this is the only one I found.
Please share, if you know any other.
360 Total Security and Tencent PC Manager, are two that come to mind.
I was hoping for a well known antivirus, tested in AV Comparatives ...
Qihoo has been tested in the past by AV Comparatives
Since this is the Avira thread anyone who wants to talk to about Qihoo might be best to do so here
(Though the thread doesn't seem to be as active as it once was)
Tencent PC Manager is regularly tested by them and lately has been one of the best performing antiviruses. For example, it had 100% detection in the February-March real world protection test
Kaspersky has an interactive mode, just uncheck the box and you'll be asked for every detection.
Most of AV solutions have an option of this type, more or less hidden in the settings; I don't know where you got the idea of only Eset.
Avira Antivirus for Windows, version 15.0.1905.1249 released today.
Avira updated to version 15.0.1905.1249 today, but I'm still not getting the April Monthly Rollup. What gives? Am I doing something wrong here? Or is Microsoft still blocking the April Monthly Rollup to Avira users?
I don't think so. I have 3 PC's with Avira and 17763.475
Created : Thursday, April 11, 2019 / Last updated: Monday, May 6, 2019
I have Windows 7 (64 bit) actually. I just checked the known issues on the April Monthly Rollup article and apparently Avira is still blocked by Microsoft.
My dad uses Windows 7 as well and he also hasn't received the update yet.
Yes, but despite what the MS article (Last Updated: May 3, 2019) says,
the Avira's KB article (which updated at Monday, May 6, 2019) includes the Windows 7:
here there are some notes for Avira=
More problems installing the April Monthly Rollups if you have Avira antivirus
Avira Antivirus for Windows, version 15.0.1905.1271 released today.
The version number has changed. Now includes the year and month.
-Added support for systems that have no universal C Runtime installed.
-Fixed several potential crashes.
Since Tuesday, May 7, 2019 : "The information on this page will be updated shortly."
Global Avira installs is always counting , on average 2-3 /sec, day /night/ weekends, never stopping , never pausing.... Is sad when they really believe people are stupid....
marketing is marketing. also, you do know that it's always daytime somewhere, right?
That is true!
Also is true that some of us are uninstalling Avira, so, for more credibility , the counter should also go back!
Oh, I forgot! This is marketing and has nothing to do with credibility....
Avira Antivirus for Windows, Version v15.0.1906.1389 released on June 12, 2019.
Product version v15.0.1906.1389 (June Update).
Avira Antivirus for Windows, Version v15.0.1906.1395 released on June 17, 2019.
Product version v15.0.1906.1395 (June Update).
Avira Antivirus for Windows, Version v15.0.1906.1432 released on July 1, 2019.
Product version v15.0.1906.1432 (June Update).
Anybody running the Avira Software updater and noticed high memory usage (400+MB) of that particular process?
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