ESS is the best thin I've ever used

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by nonmirecordo, Jan 28, 2008.

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  1. nonmirecordo

    nonmirecordo Registered Member

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    Well, apart from Fine Print.
     
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    care to elaborate? i haven't read the fine print, so if i've just signed away my rear i'd like to know it :p
     
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    ...I believe he meant the Fine Print software available from http://www.fineprint.com/

    And I'd second him that FinePrint is very well worth having!
     
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    My post was just meant to 'even the score' after reading the similarly titled one 'ESS is the worst thin I've ever used'.

    I get annoyed when I read posts with meaningless titles.

    As an aside, it took a while to decide whether I mentioned Fine Print or IrfanView!
     
  5. WigglyTheGreat

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    I have ESS on two of my systems and it runs without issue on both of them. I adjust the settings the way I like and off I go and never have to fiddle with it again. I do occasional different online AV scans and they always come up clean so no worries yet.
     
  6. ethernal

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    ever since getting a tip from a fellow techie about nod32, i've been very happy. ESS is just another step in the right direction (except for small bugs, but hey, it's new *shrugs*)
     
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