First day with ESS 1a

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by Joliet Jake, May 21, 2007.

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  1. Joliet Jake

    Joliet Jake Registered Member

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    Very impressed overall. Runs very light, lighter than my NOD32 and Comodo firewall combination. I have everything maxed out for scans etc. Got some help in creating a rule for one app and everything has gone smoothly so far. I had thought that it was almost certain I'd be using NOD V3 AV and Comodo Firewall V3 but now I'm not so certain.:)
     
  2. pvsurfer

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    Earlier today, I installed this on my laptop (replacing my regular setup of NOD32 AV with Comodo FW). After about 8-hours of operation, I haven't experienced any glitches and all seems to be working well. On the other hand, I don't find ESS' FW control panel nearly as organized or as user-friendly as Comodo and to my surprise, ESS is using about the same resources as my NOD32-Comodo combo! :doubt:
     
  3. osip

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    Ekrn.exe takes ~25,0 Mb of RAM and egui.exe 2,1 on my machine...Lighter than that for AV/FW sec suite I hardly beleive is available.Hav´nt seen a single problem so far and I must say that this product have the lightest effect on my system comparing with other similar´s...Been a NOD32 user before and ESS runs even better ...A pleasure to use,looking forward to the final...
     
  4. de jean

    de jean Registered Member

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    here it runs lighter and faster than sygate pro + nod 2.7.37
     
  5. veri

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    Also runs well for me, with resource usage comparable to or beating my sig in general.
     
  6. JohnPlayer

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    Running very well so far. Scans are quick,about 20 minutes on 2 x 300 gig drives.
     
  7. WigglyTheGreat

    WigglyTheGreat Registered Member

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    ekrn.exe is taking only 13.6mb of ram and 1.2mb for egui.exe here. SO far I like ESS quite a bit.
     
  8. Jo Ann

    Jo Ann Registered Member

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    ESS has been performing its major functions without any serious problems on my laptop for well over a week, so I'm convinced it's quite good (short of some missing 'bells & whistles'). But reminding myself it's a beta, I am now reverting to my NOD32-Comodo setup. ;)
     
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