Going back to 2.7

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by JeremyWW, Apr 9, 2007.

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  1. JeremyWW

    JeremyWW Registered Member

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    Nothing against ESS. Just don't see the point in Beta testing ESS when I actually need just V3.0 AV. I'll wait for that - my 2.7 licences give me the AV protection I need, together with my router firewall. Good luck with this Beta - I hope I don't have to wait toooo long for NOD32 V3.0... :)
     
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    Then I'm confused why you made this topic ..
     
  3. cupez80

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    LOL :D he just want to say goodbye to us beta tester
     
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    Well ciao then you don't know what you are missing
     
  5. OAKside

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    Yes, your post was confusing. Basically you're just saying bye to ESS because you don't need the whole suite (Firewall, Antispam, Antispyware, Antivirus).

    You just want a new NOD32 Antivirus (3.0). Right, so... I'm wondering why you bothered signing up for the ESS Beta then. It was not an invitation to download the latest, unfinished NOD32 it was an invitation to help Eset test their first-ever Smart Security suite of applications.
     
  6. JeremyWW

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    Hopefully this is the end of this thread. I didn't come in here insulting anyone or anything. Many here (just search) downloaded ESS out of pure curiosity and have since decided they are more interested in a pure V3.0 NOD32 upgrade. For me I just confirmed that I don't need the extra functionality of ESS - just making sure I hadn't 'missed a trick'. As it is, I'll probably keep ESS Beta 1 running as it does now seem that the new code causes less issues than 2.7 - I've had V2.7 problems with Outlook add-in conflicts that seem to have gone away with ESS, and I'm not sorry to see the back of the 'quirky' 2.7 interface.

    I agree that there are many who are 'here to help' ('proper' Beta testing) but there are also many more who are here because they want an improved product from Eset - such as me. So there we go...if that gives you something to argue about...be my guest.
     
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    If you can test ESS, I'm sure some of the suggestions/corrections will be applied to the stand-alone AV as well.
     
  8. JeremyWW

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    OK...fair point...which I accept. It's amazing the difference it makes when people like you make a constructive suggestion, rather than 'needling' me because they believe I made an uneccessary post. It may be that I did, but I get grouchy when others make a mountain out of the proverbial molehill...

    Thanks Thankful!
     
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