only beta from official site?

Discussion in 'Ghost Security Suite (GSS)' started by chris2busy, Dec 9, 2007.

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  1. chris2busy

    chris2busy Registered Member

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    hello..i'd like to test the free version of appdefend but lol only beta setup installer is able to be downloaded from the site..is there any official link to a stable version?i mean,i do not buy before i try and it would be a shame to get the wrong idea about it by installing a beta version.thanks :)
     
  2. LoneWolf

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    Yes, Appdefend (Ghost Security Suite) has been in beta for....well for a long time.
    It is good, but may conflict with others as I experanced.
    Be aware that it is nagware with the trial version, maybe a bit more then others.
    I'm waiting for a final,stable version myself before I check it out again.
     
  3. chris2busy

    chris2busy Registered Member

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    erhm...

    i thought the limited version was free...
     
  4. LoneWolf

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    From what I remember, it will start off as a full version with the nagging (like my wife) :D then change to the free version after the trial is up. I never made it the whole way through the trial thou, was not stable enough for me. But maybe thats improved now.

    As posted in another thread of yours is a fix o_O (never tried it myself) to turn off the nag and go strite to the free version.
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1133326&postcount=22
     
  5. farmerlee

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    The beta version from the website continues to run as a full version even after the trial period expires. It just nags you to buy once after every reboot. Also the appdefend install contains regdefend as well, you'll have to disable this if you don't want it.
     
  6. jimg

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    And even after you pay for appdefend and disable regdefend, it still nags every boot.
     
  7. Optimist

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    Right! And this is an impertinence! :thumbd:
     
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