G DATA InternetSecurity 2012 22.0.2.25

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  1. AvinashR

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    G DATA Internet-Security 2012 22.0.2.25


    G DATA Internet Security
    is a simple, secure and ressource saving software, provides complete antivirus, anti-spyware, antispam, and anti-hacking protection. Safeguard online banking. Safe surfing. Safe shopping. Keep your family safe from Internet child predators. Alongside improved award-winning virus protection and optimization of the intuitive user guidance, G Data Internet Security also protects all online activities by means of a “Silent Firewall.” Operating invisibly without any loss of computing power or user-stressing querying, it successfully blocks hackers, viruses and spam.

    Parental controls also offer added protection. Safe emailing and chatting, Blocks annoying spam. Maximum security from the record test winner: Constant optimum virus detection; For many years the quickest response time to new viruses; The latest methods for detecting unknown viruses (behaviour blocking, heuristics, cloud security). G Data Software, Inc. knows that the PC is a central piece of every home today and that it requires protecting.

    Homepage:- http://www.gdatasoftware.com

    Download:- --http://www.gdatasoftware.com/fileadmin/dam_qs/SECURITY2012/GBR/IS/GBR_R_FUL_2012_IS.exe--
     
  2. clayieee

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    nice advertisement
     
  3. LethalBoy

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    So finally it was released! lol :D
     
  4. Noob

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    I would not call it advertisement.
    It might look like one probably because of the copy/paste, but this is the release of the new version 2012 which is new.
     
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    Just downloaded...looking good so far!
     
  6. clayieee

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    Just let it run for couple of days, do a full scan and you'll see how light and fast it is :)
     
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    Thanks...I have a license for 2011 but haven't used it for a while. I sure want to give 2012 a good look!
     
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    if you do ...let us know how is it on resource usage? Thanks:)
     
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    that shot was taken with my usual daily activity not just when the computer is idle, for me that usage is acceptable and G data works silently for me
     
  12. King Grub

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    Could you check i/o reads and writes, too? :) To me, that's much more important than RAM usage.
     
  13. MrGSM

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    Like every year, GDATA is always heavy...
     
  14. clayieee

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    but Bitdefender was heavier, and slows everything down
     
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    :D :D :D
    No no, not like GData, it use 2 Antivirus Modules..
     
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    i must say that you must try these 2012 as i tried bitdefender (i have paid versions of those )
     
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    Nice read on the review :D
     
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    Sure...if you are running this IS on your digital wrist watch.
     
  22. Noob

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    For modern computers it's not a lot, even cheap laptops and netbooks are coming with 2GB as minimum, and decent Laptops and desktops like 3GB-4GB :D
    But remember, i never said everyone has a recent desktop/netbook/laptop :D
     
  23. Kernelwars

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    I sure agree with you there my friend... but what if someone buys the pc for computing purposes u know..like run basic sql database, do some dreamweaver, photoshop work,, maybe uses visual studio and ms office package too..not just run av and firewall and hips then? do u still think they have a lot of resources available to feed?:D
     
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    Hahaha i forgot that too, i forgot to mention power users :D (Extremely intensive works) But that's another story i guess :rolleyes:
     
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