bullguard internet security 9.0 released

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by NobleT, Feb 10, 2010.

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  1. NobleT

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  2. Ibrad

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    Does it use the latest Bitdefender engine?
     
  3. zfactor

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    same gui as before?
     
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    yes, v11.0.0.33 (bdcore.dll)
     
  5. quanzi_1507

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    Nope, new one ;)
     

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    i actually dont like that at all..
     
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    Same xD
     
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    To me it looks like a very good and easy understandable gui for the novice user - At least the frontpage as U showed us.
     
  9. raven211

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    Definitely, thought the same thing, but it could look a lot nicer too. :p
     
  10. andyman35

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    I may be in the minority but I actually like that GUI a lot.It'd be easy to navigate for even the most technophobic user.
     
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    For those who tried it - Can U choose which modules to install? I hate installing stuff i dont need ;)
     
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    LOL ! Most people prefer something that works as opposed to what the GUI looks like . You guys crack me up .:cool: :cool: :cool:
     
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    not really... in a practical point of view, yes, but in a realistic point of view, many people base their choice off the GUI. otherwise, lets be honest, why wuld vendors even bother making nicer GUI's if nobody cared?
     
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    Nobody has said its better to have a nice gui, than software that works.
    People just expressed their oppinions about the gui. Nobody has said they wanna use the suite because of the gui. Really not that difficult to understand :rolleyes:
     
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    i downloaded it and ran it on a test system i personally cant speak for its detection rate but i def dont like the layout at all. ill leave it on this system for a few more days and see how it does though
     
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    Oki, let us know how its going :D
     
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    Is the "a few more days" soon over.o_O I like to hear how it did..
     
  18. zfactor

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    ill have more time this weekend to spend with it. but its been running nicely actually though i still hate the layout. it is a bit heavy though on the system
     
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    Looks fine for me
    Now that i have a faster internet i may try it :D
     
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    I have a one year free license that BullGuard offered several months back, so I decided to give it a try again. I installed it this morning. The new version runs very nicely, but BG always ran nice on my computer. I like the main GUI ok, but it's a difficult at first navigating through the GUI to find things. Overall, not bad so far.
     
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