Difficulty to use (RegDefend)

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  1. G1111

    G1111 Registered Member

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    I am currenty running ZA Pro, KAV Personal MP3, TrojanHunter, SpySweeper, SpyBot, SpywareBlaster, WinPatrol & ProcessGuard (full version). I was wondering how difficult it would be to add RegDefend as a another & faster reacting prevention program. That is, does it use much resources (as it isn't as busy as SpySweeper) and would it work well (not conflict) with my existing programs.
     
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    RegDefend was designed primarily to allow users to protect the registry whilst being very unobtrusive to your system resources. So you should not notice or see any performance degradation with RegDefend on your system, I think most users would backup this claim.
     
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    Thanks Jason. Has there been any conflicts with other programs. I am also running WinPatrol & SpyBot (Teatimer & Immunize both enabled).
     
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    On my system I can not even tell RegDefend is running unless it is notifying me of a registry change and the window pops up ;) ... Attached is the resources that RegDefend uses on my system...
     

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    Of the programs you list, I run the following alongside RegDefend with no problems: TrojanHunter, SpySweeper, SpyBot, SpywareBlaster, WinPatrol & ProcessGuard (full version). The other programs, ZA Pro, KAV Personal MP3, although I do not use them, I have not heard of any compatibility problems. Perhaps someone that uses them will clarify for you ;) ...
     
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    puff-m-d - Thanks for the response.
     
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    You are most welcome ;) ...
     
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    Got the trial version of RegDefend installed and running. Put ProsessGuard in learning mode and so far all my security programs seem to be getting along.
     
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