Public Beta avaible ?

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  1. honeybunny

    honeybunny Suspended Member

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    Is now a public beta avaible ? :-*

    btw, the emon beta 2 works fantastic.

    Great work ESET :D
     
  2. Blackspear

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    Not yet, they usually make it available here at Wilders in a Beta Forum.

    Cheers :D
     
  3. Marcos

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    We are very close to the release, however, according to our experience we will never disclose any dates until the release date is clearly set. We want to avoid being hastened to finish a product within a certain time at cost of quality. You know, haste makes waste.
     
  4. Blackspear

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    Amen to that, and may it always be that way.

    Thank you Marcos.

    Cheers :D
     
  5. hollywoodpc

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    Amen to your Amen .
     
  6. Edwin024

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    Well, I must agree. The policy of Eset is better than the one of Diamond, who announced TDS-4 but now it seems that that package will arrive somewhere in 2012...

    And the same games for BoClean, who announced version 5 already in 2003...
     
  7. hollywoodpc

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    Too funny . lol .
     
  8. Marcos

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    At least I will post some screenshots from the new beta you might be keen on:
     

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  9. Marcos

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    New Alert Actions
     

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    On-demand scanner setup
     

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  11. hollywoodpc

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    Wonder how good the Adware/Spyware dtection and removal will be . WOOHOO . Looking good
     
  12. sinbad370

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    wow!! I'm looking foreword to this. :D I am also wondering how well the riskware option will work.
     
  13. gottadoit

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    I'll take two :)
     
  14. PlexShaw

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    Excellent job Marcos. Looking forward to it.
     
  15. rdsu

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    Excellent news, Marcos!!! :D

    The "Optimize scanning" is to scan only the new files?
     
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    That ought to be interesting trying that out. It looks very good.

    bigc
     
  17. Big D1

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    I second that question.
     
  18. Marcos

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    It means each file will be scanned only once unless it's changed :)
     
  19. ShunterAlhena

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    I hear that it'll be possible to unload DMON as well.
    A half-silly question tho: it'll be called Stop (like Amon) or Quit (like Imon)? Strange naming convention for the same action with the same icon and comment :D
     
  20. Marcos

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    DMON, EMON and IMON use the Quit button. The difference is that AMON is actually a driver so I'm not sure if "quit a driver" would be the right term.
     
  21. ShunterAlhena

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    Oh! i see... :) But not knowing what is behind these names they are a bit strange.

    Wanted to ask: when 2.13 is released, will it be available only via update, or as a new setup download, or both?
     
  22. NOD32 user

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    Amen to that Amen, Amen
     
  23. rdsu

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    That will improve a lot the speed :)

    Very good... :D
     
  24. swoop

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    I hope that I recall this correctly, Marcos said that the new wersion will come as a Program Component Upgrade. AFAIK, to make and test the setup download is much easier than PCU, thus it will come as both variants.

    Moreover, it seems that the new (beta) version is closer that we might think :cool:...
    Probably, when it will come it will be "more" than we've expected... Anyway, let it be a surprise!

    Cheers
     
  25. honeybunny

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    One question only for my understanding. If the new publib beta will be avaible for testing, where can I find a information ?

    Will there be a special, separate link to it, or what kind of info ?
     
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