New features

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by MasterKind, Dec 25, 2007.

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  1. MasterKind

    MasterKind Registered Member

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    I think the eset smart security is very good, but could be added some features, one for cleaning and removal and other for performance.
     
  2. s4u

    s4u Registered Member

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    What exactly do you mean?
     
  3. Norton360

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    He means tune up features (cleaning computer garbage, reapiring registry...)
     
  4. sjgore

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    I think that would be a bad idea.

    One of the main appeals of ESS is its simplicity in terms of what it does: Firewall, anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-spam. Nothing else.

    Features like registry cleaners, registry guards, privacy tools, data safes, temp file cleaners, parental controls etc. etc. are best left to separate applications. The lack of these features, in my mind, is what keeps ESS above the bloated packages from competitors such as Kaspersky, ZoneAlarm, Outpost, F-Secure, Norton (well, that one goes without saying!) etc.

    Steve.
     
  5. Neoxellos

    Neoxellos Registered Member

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    I agree. There are enough bloated suites all ready out there.
     
  6. swagger01

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    ESS does have tune up features because when I installed ESS my boot up time dramatically improved.
     
  7. The Nodder

    The Nodder Registered Member

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    I agree on that.

    there are plenty of good cleaners out there & some are free.
     
  8. kC_

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    had you previously removed a resource hog security suite like kaspersky/f-secure/norton/mcafee?
     
  9. zoomster

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    Lean and mean is the name of the game....Can someone recommend a free register cleaner that does the job well? Thx
     
  10. PatG

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    Google for REGSEEKER, free and thorough!
     
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