Microsoft says sorry for AntiSpyware error

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by ronjor, Feb 24, 2005.

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  1. ronjor

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    Well, well.
    I am not using MAS since Giant closed just as I was about to buy.
    This is unlikely to be the last time a competitor will be "tested" by MAS unconsciosly or not.
    A public mea culpa is an amazing turn around nest pas?
    M$ seems to be having some sort of epiphany and making some attitudinal changes somewhere in higher management. :eek:

    They have previously been a little reticent in reflecting on their faults!!

    This is a huge encouragement for us winlusers!!

    Still, might just be some one a bit sensitive about monopoly issues.

    If FF is targeted who could/would be able to mount a legal challenge?

    Paranoia rules. LOL

    Despite initial concerns about MAS, and due to recent impressive test results
    (sorry cant remember link) might be time to give it a whirl while not abandoning AA, SS&D, Spyblaster and SG.
    Any body have experience in uninstalling MAS or are we just turning it off if we no like?
     
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