Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by pbust, Jun 20, 2011.
Why go through all that when you could install only the toolbar?
I already have 1.5.1 with URL filtering and now I want 1.5.2 and explained why I'd rather wait for the auto-update
lol Yeah I read it wrong. Is this what five hours of sleep does to me?
Attaboy trjam! Now you're talking!
He always came back to Panda, it seems to be true love
Thanks for the welcome
But no one answered my question if there is a version of Panda Cloud compatible with Win 8 CP.
I'm in love with Win 8 and Panda Cloud... and for the moment it seems that they don't work together
You better try this link : http://www.pandasecurity.com/windows8
Hope this helps in your love with Win 8 and Panda
and even though dark lord answered your question i would still not use any antivirus on win 8 cp right now
windows defender aka MSE is more polished antivirus for win 8 than any other antivirus right now
Yes, 1.5.2 does not provide much compatibility with Win 8 CP, but an upcoming release will make them friends.
Thank you and Dark Lord and The_ChamP for your replies.
The main reason I ask this is that MSE and Defender can have some problems with updates.
You can manually or by a task update their definitions multiple times a day, but it doesn't work automatically.
So I like the concept of being connected to the cloud and not be worried about updates.
Looking forward to the new release of Panda Cloud Antivirus.
Like @Cloud said, there's an upcoming release that will add compatibility with Win8. Probably this coming week.
Just auto-updated to 1.5.2 here, quick scans seems a lot faster.
sounds great Pbust, that was very quick.
Spoke too soon. Will probably not be that fast.
Some really nice tweaks with this update, especially in the scan times. Panda Cloud is definitely moving forward. Good job gang... ...cheers...
I've got it on my netbook now so I'll have to see for myself.
Running very smooth on my laptop here and the scan times seem a good 40-50% faster. Curious to see how it runs for you and others...
How long PCA free support vista home premium sp2 ?? tnx
Well done Panda - it works fine!
For me the initial Optimized scan after the upgrade wasn't any faster. Were you referring to a full scan of the computer?
The scan time improvements should be noticeable especially in Vista and Windows 7 machines.
I have Win7 starter on my netbook.
Then you should be seeing a huge improvement. If you can test them both, please try to time them (1.5.1 vs 1.5.2) to see what kind of improvement you are seeing. Ideally time both optimized as well as full scan.
The scan logs from 1.51 are retained after the upgrade and I did compare the time of the initial 1.5.2 scan with the 1.5.1 scans and the time was the same give or take a few seconds. I haven't done a full scan with 1.5.2 yet. I"m not the least bit upset that I haven't seen a change with the initial 1.5.2 Optimized scan. I'm just stating my results. Maybe it takes more than one scan before any time savings assert themselves.
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