ESET Smart Security Vs NOD 32

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by Parputt, Apr 8, 2007.

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  1. Parputt

    Parputt Registered Member

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    May be a silly question and could have very well already been addressed, but I can not find the answer to my question anywhere here. Will ESET still offer NOD32 as a stand alone AV once ESET SS goes Alpha? Thanks and sorry if I missed my answer somewhere.
     
  2. Marcos

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    This has been said numerous times in this forum - there will be a standalone AV available.
     
  3. Parputt

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    Thanks Marcos, and again I am sorry for missing that. I looked for almost 30min and could not find the answer.
     
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    I don't think it's been said for a while - and not sure that the name of ESS had been released up until after the last time it was mentioned...
     
  5. Marcos

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    Hm, I reckon reading this question several times here :) Nevermind, the point is that it's been answered.
     
  6. JimmyD

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    What do you mean by going "Alpha?" ESET SS is already past that point and in the beta stage.
     
  7. ASpace

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    Not sure what the OP wanted to say but in some countries we understand Alpha something really perfect and unbeatable ;)
     
  8. Sjoeii

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    Well I know alpha as in a pre beta stage.
     
  9. MNKid

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    Right. Top dog. Best of the best.

    Funny how meanings can be so different depending on where you live.

    MNKid
     
  10. JimmyD

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    Well we are talking software here and I've never seen alpha software mean anything other than pre-beta.
     
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    Most important is the fact that this is only the first ESS beta. It works pretty well but it still needs some adjustments.

    But I must say it works better than some of the competitors
     
  12. JeremyWW

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    Alpha IS pre-Beta. Always has been, always will be...

    Alpha, Beta (maybe public), RC (Release Candidate), Final.
     
  13. Ocky

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    :D Alpha is the first letter in the Greek alphabet. Then comes Beta.
    So, alpha is obviously pre-beta. :cool:
     
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    In the world of ever changing software development we will never see an Omega. ;)
     
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    Omega
    Hmm, Vista is getting close:D
     
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