Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Minimalist, Aug 14, 2020.
Updated KFA and rebooted. Now Patch g with Windows 11 support is installed.
I didn't do the registry tweak and I'm still on Patch F here. If it only brings compatibility with Windows 11 as stated on that site I'm not worried if I don't get it.
i don't know, dave. after reading your translation, that statement didn't sound very clear to me.
it might either mean that they just added 11 support. or it might mean that they added 11 support along with other unmentioned changes.
A reminder: after you do the tweak and update your databases, remember to REBOOT your PC! Your new patch should show up once you're back on your desktop.
If you see the whole translated page it looks like Patch G was released for W10 and W11. Support for W11 was just added. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2021 MR3. Patch G: Added support for Windows 11. MR3 might mean a Beta release.
Yeah I don't know. There's no mention of Patch G here:
i think it's better to wait on the official release notes.
It looks like a Patch G Beta release to me so i won't be expecting it for a long time.
It looks official and no issues. No real changes in the way Kaspersky looks and runs.
On mine: 220.127.116.111 (g)
we're talking about the release notes, not the patch itself.
Patch G for Kaspersky Internet Security version 18.104.22.1681 was released on October 18, 2021.
Thanks for the info, @Libraman. Much appreciated, as always.
Yes, thanks @Libraman . Greatly appreciated.
Still on Patch F here.
I've finally received KSC Patch G.
I'm curious, how many people using Kaspersky disable "Inject script into web traffic to interact with web pages"?
With that setting enabled web pages take ages to load in Firefox in particular, and are noticeably faster with that setting disabled.
The same reason and I don't have "Kaspersky Protection" in Firefox.
Kaspersky protects me with its others different layers of security.
yep. same here.
After contacting Kasperky Customer Support and running their GetSystemInfo tool, this is their solution:
I had already told them MB does not start with Windows. How are any other the other programs even remotely incompatible?
I also removed KIS because of it's incompatibility with SUMo. Their list of incompatible software is extensive and for some of them there is no logical reason to be listed.
I was expecting them to suggest uninstalling OSA, HMP.A and WVSX. At least that would have made some sense.
I recently returned to KSCF after my Eset subscription expired,during install i too got a notification that SUMo was going to be removed as it was incompatable,which is annoying as it was the premium version.
i have also noticed boot time on my laptop has now increased too,and im continually getting notified my email address deatails may have been leaked on various websites i have never visited,to add my email to check further of course requires upgrading my subscription.
Krusty as you have removed KSC what software did you move too ?,the protection from Kaspersky is top notch but the other quirks i am finding annoying.
You should take this serious, and check out:
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