Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by pbust, Jun 20, 2011.
Wow, very nice
What's this for? should it be enabled or disabled?
"Background scanning after cache synchronization"
Will test right now, thanks
Thanks I will test it soon.
Thanks for the release pbust!
One question; I noticed on my Windows XP SP3 machine that after every start of the "NanoServiceMain" something couldn't be found (see screenshot attached). What is this message supposed to mean?
Hope i don't face the last problems.....like to restore a FP!
Doesn't matter what FP,what it's critical is that last time PCA failed!!
Thanks pbust, but where i find offline installer?
The latest offline installer always through this URL:
just downloaded it and am running a scan....thanks pbust!!
Disabled by default.
It's basically a background scan of objects loaded in memory after the cache is synchronized against the cloud. This is what used to generate random spikes in CPU consumption in previous versions.
Ok thanks, I will leave it off then.
Thanks for the update! Will wait for it to auto-update.
Just a suggestion here, you may wan to consider adding a 'check for update' button for those who wan upgrade immediately.
i can tell from experience that 1.4 was faster on my windows 7 home premium than this one. it took a good Hour and a half just to scan less than 20 gigs of stuff here. maybe there is something wrong with my laptop but i could tell the difference
Thanks... Running fine here, no problems..
odd, running well for me.
I just bought two Pro keys for 50% off.
Is this with default config?
If you can replicate it please run a PsErrorTrace diagnostic and submit the resulting file.
thanx for replying.i might do it another day as i uninstalled it due to this fact. it ran nice and smooth though . just the scan time was a bit to much for me
I'll have to give it a spin i guess.
Life wouldnt be complete RejZor unless you did, life just wouldnt be complete.
Will uninstall the RC version tonight and install the final.
Ahh, it showed up, cool. I'll give it a go myself.
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