may i ask you your advises,the best nod version for w764bit

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi
    i know there is a sub forum for eset av

    but if i ask which is the best nod32 smart security for w7 64 bit they told me the last v beta :(


    i would really love to install the more stable version to avoid headache
    i think about smart secutiy 4 or 5

    can you share with me your feedbacks?

    i will appreciate it alot!

    thanks
     
  2. fax

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    Whatever answer you get here you should always stick to the latest ESET retail available. Now is: 6.0.316. This is valid for ESET and any other security related tool. Otherwise switch to another security tool that you can keep fully up-to-date.
     
  3. lodore

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    I have been running eset for nearly 3 years on all my machines and it has been the most trouble free AV.

    as to the OP I would suggest running the latest stable which which is 6.0.316.0
     
  4. 0strodamus

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    I would try ESET in a VM first. I've found that it sometimes doesn't play nice with other applications - in my case Jetico Firewall. If you're going to run Smart Security you obviously won't have another firewall conflicting, but perhaps something else will. Better to find out in a VM and not have to deal with the cleanup on your real system.
     
  5. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    hi
    thanks to all

    i use only smart security and sandboxie

    i was thinking about v5 smart security or even v4

    thanks
     
  6. King Grub

    King Grub Registered Member

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    I still use version 4. It's the leanest one, and nothing that has been added in later versions are things I want or need.
     
  7. Fly

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    I'm using it on WIN XP, version 6.0.316.0 is very stable.

    Smart Security. Not sure why you are mentioning NOD ?

    I see no reason to pick an older version. So I would suggest installing the latest non-beta version.

    Of course it's possible that it will not run fine on your system, but that's what imaging software is for :)
     
  8. zfactor

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    i am using v7 myself its in beta but i have had zero issues. and i liked v5 and newer better than v4 personally. i use smart security also. v7 def feels lighter so far then v6 did. also so far at least on this system i am typing with the ram usage is also lower with v7 by a decent amount. i really hope they continue on this path
     
  9. phyniks

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    100% agreed

    I m using ESET Smart Security 4.2.76.0 Business Edition and I m fully satisfied,give it a try
     
  10. mantra

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    thanks mates , really for the feedbacks

    you know , i wanted to receive only some feedbacks about the the more or one of the most stable version for w7 64bit

    in the past i got issue with firewall , av and other software

    i would like to install only few security software but trusty and stable

    thanks a lot!
     
  11. zfactor

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    for win7 i can honestly say the beta v7 is rock solid for me. using it on i think 6 systems not a problem with any and ram usage and cpu % seems to be much better than v6 i do hope they continue that but i had not had a issue with v6 either. i installed it and basically let it run only had to update when there was a full program update. otherwise i never heard a peep from them (more than 20+ systems at our office) during that time. i am a bit of a over the top person when it comes to testing av's and i put them through hell. i try to test almost every which possible way of causing a issue or trying to infect them. for me my top three are in my sig. i own lic's on a multi year basis for nearly every av on the market except maybe 3 i can think of off the top of my head and even those i run the beta when available or i use the trial here and there to test out the newest version. these are (until someone comes along to topple one of them) my three i can recc. to anyone including clients and feel good about it and we also deal with many other av's on a daily basis.
     
  12. fax

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    So, there is some broad consensus.... 6 and even 7beta are good to go. Now, up to you to follow the suggestion or go back to old 4 and 5 as you seems to suggest anyway ;)
     
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