Drweb V5 - A Step Closer....

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by C.S.J, Apr 17, 2008.

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  1. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    hey,

    A Preview to all wilders, from the Pre-Beta (Alpha), GUI is subject to change as expected with any alpha

    comments and suggestions im sure will be welcomed. ;)

    you saw it first, here.

    enjoy.

    big thanks to drweb for allowing these to be posted.

    main GUI.jpg

    Main GUI Detection Internet Guard.jpg

    :thumb:
     
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  2. computer geek

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    Very good!
    Finally some proof after the long years. :D
    I'm sure its still better then eset's RC1, since Dr's always been reliable
    Is it available for download? I would rather like to test it....
     
  3. Bunkhouse Buck

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    Much improved GUI, but we still need to see V5 as a reality. I hope the Internet Guard is not an http scanner which is not needed and slows down your system. I do not use it in Avira, as it slows down web pages loading, etc.
     
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    Awesome! I really like that GUI. When "we" can test it?
     
  5. C.S.J

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    well, you cant. :)

    but you can, take my word for it..... there is much to go inside v5, so it takes time.

    these are to give you a taste of whats to come.... a tease, if you must.

    i know, its not good to keep waiting, i know more than anyone about that.

    you should be happy, that Drweb take care to release a product when its ready, and not because of demand. <unlike everyone else, i must say>
     
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    We shall see, we shall see. Be very careful what you wish for.:cautious:
     
  7. computer geek

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    Particulaly ESET :rolleyes:
    On the other hand, I really like http scanning, and hope it is included.
     
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    it is, ;)

    along with many other features not found in 4.44

    seems drweb like their shield technology alot and converted it into a GUI. :)
     
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    looks quite simple and clean ...
    i wonder if the others tables / windows and switching follows that suite too

    anyway i like what i see so far
     
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    Have to admit, I really like that 4 corner effect.:thumb:
     
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    I love the new GUI :)

    I will most definately be getting a trial once this is released.

    Cheers CSJ :D
     
  12. C.S.J

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    yes, all other windows are created in the same GUI/design.

    more green, which is what i wanted anyway. :)

    its supposed to be simple to use, it keeps the friendly-drweb image then :D
     
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    dont forget the 5th at the bottom though, disabled though. ;)

    good good, ;)

    im sure thats what they wanted to hear.

    your welcome :thumb:
     
  14. computer geek

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    I like the shield effect, hope they use it.
     
  15. C.S.J

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    most definatly.

    just a guess, but i figure its their new logo.

    tray icon will probably be the shield too, but again... guessing here :)
     
  16. computer geek

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    Am I right in thinking it will be a suite?
     
  17. C.S.J

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    yep, but they will sell other versions.

    options will be greyed out, see images.

    its certainly where the market is going.
     
  18. computer geek

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    I was hoping that they would have a diferent GUI for Anti-virus and suite.
    For example, with av version, if it used the same GUI, the firewall and network stuff will be grey or someting like that, and makes it look like a crippled version, but if they had a different GUI, it would seem more whole, and look nicer.
     
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    Impressive look, really green.:D
     
  20. C.S.J

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    i dont think there are any 'definates' at the moment, they will see your post im sure and take it onboard.

    you dont even know if the firewall will be greyed out ;)

    you will have to wait and see i suppose :D
     
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    Nicee, so far looks clean and simple (easy to use) :) :thumb:
     
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    all posts from this thread, will be collected and analyzed.

    so, people should not hesitate. :D
     
  23. computer geek

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    Iz there a zpy 'ere? :D
     
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    drweb are always aware ;)
     
  25. trjam

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    dont waste the resources or time on a parental control module. There are so many good free ones. Concentrate in other areas.
     
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