Credit where credit is due..

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Kielty, Nov 13, 2007.

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  1. Kielty

    Kielty Registered Member

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    I have just upgraded my subscription from the v2.7 AV to ESS having been using NOD32 v3 AV since 5th Nov.

    Everything is running as light as a feather with no issues at all on a vista 32 bit system. In fact i would swear that running ESS makes my system run faster that just the AV plus windows firewall!

    I know the forum by the sheer nature of things has more issues posted than praise but i have to say great job ESET!
     
  2. Ade 1

    Ade 1 Registered Member

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    I agree with you wholeheartedly - well done Eset!
     
  3. The Nodder

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    And me.
    there's is only one thing I don't like in the ESS and that are the schedules.
    I want to do things manually, I always have done and want to continue with it, but the sys tray goes red and popups try to tell me my PC is not protected and is at risk, that is balderdash.

    ESET, I want very much for that to be stopped please, if you don't mind.
    I was speaking to a friend who has been with ESET for some years since I told him about NOD32, he feels the same way about the schedules.
     
  4. tiptop78

    tiptop78 Registered Member

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    Running fine on XP sp2, I like it.

    Only wish Eset would give us the exit option in the icon.
     
  5. The Nodder

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    Yes, I also agree with that, I have contacted support on that one, so far, no reply.
     
  6. kwg

    kwg Registered Member

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    I agree!

    Working fine for me, too, on XP SP2 Professional, after problems with previous releases.

    I also wish there were options to suspend and subsequently restore ESS services from the icon in the system tray.
     
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