Panda toolbar or DNS

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by pintas, Oct 27, 2010.

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  1. pintas

    pintas Registered Member

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    I'm currently trying Panda Cloud Pro (download.com giveaway) and it comes with a Web/URL filter. I also have Comodo DNS setup.

    Should i keep both? If not, witch one should i keep?

    Suggestions?

    BTW, Panda seems a little heavy on my laptop...
     
  2. clocks

    clocks Registered Member

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    You can use both, but if you want to use just one for with the DNS, as it doesn't use any resources.
     
  3. Ibrad

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    I see no reason why you can't use both...I use Panda Toolbar and ClearCloud
     
  4. pintas

    pintas Registered Member

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    Thanks, i guess i'll just keep both :)
     
  5. Boyfriend

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    I prefer DNS only. I do not fee need to install Toolbar and limit your browsing experience.
     
  6. Morro

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    I hope that they will fix the fact that the settings that can be made in the tool bar options get lost. I have mentioned this glitch to Pbust in the release thread for PCAV v1.3, but so far he has not responded to my post.

    It is not a huge problem do not get me wrong on that but if you have a option to untick a box so that a certain button should not appear anymore, and it re-appears after you restarting firefox...then it can be some what annoying. :)
     
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  7. CogitoTesting

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    I'll keep both; having said that I would choose a different and better dns provider such as Clearcloud or Norton DNS for example. Nonetheless, you'll have to pay attention to your browsing experience as Boyfriend mentioned.


    Thanks
     
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