Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by clayieee, Jul 16, 2012.
I have one Panda Cloud AV Pro key to give away. PM me to get it.
Key has been claimed!
So what does the pro version in 2.0 give you over the free version? Just the firewall?
yup sure does.
Not quite, but the firewall is the biggest difference.
Thanks! I don't see the lag that I did back in week 1....nice and smooth now.
So is it.... fixed?
I think so, nice and light now!
What happens when you use the onboard disc cleaner and defrag tools?
The onboard disk cleaner did it's job in 9 seconds!
Does Panda have any technology similar to Norton insight that white list known good files so it might result in a faster scan?
Panda have a cache, yes.
Ah great. I'm thinking about trying it out.
I know it might sound silly but... If I want to install the Pro version since I own a key but don't want to use the firewall... will fw drivers be installed?
Yes, as far as I know the drivers will still be installed because you can enable the firewall at any time. When they say community firewall, it really is powered by the community!
Certainly not the experience I have.
So it duplicates functions already built into Windows? Why?
Sorry, I don't follow?
I have re-install Panda 2.0 Pro, and the 'Access Violation' PSUNConsole.dll Problem has disappear. Everything is running great with no slow downs or system crashes. I like this antivirus, and I wasn't about to give up on it. I'm happy to see the Panda group has fixed these problems. Thank you for a great product.
Never mind I'm the one thats confused.
Same here. After reinstalling v2, all is well now.
switched everything I have to Panda 2.0. Absolutely amazing product. Panda should be awarded Innovative Vendor for 2012.
Have they improved the disk i/o yet?
wouldnt know, as to me it doesnt matter nor affect its performance.
lol Been there, done that!
On the exclusion list it says: Exclude from scans.
Does this mean that even if something is on the list, it still will be scanned on-access? For example, I have CCleaner on the list but everytime I run it, I can see on Procexp that PSANHost takes a bit of CPU. And the same thing happens with the other exclusions I have.
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