Renewal of NOD32

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by Tyke, Jun 26, 2007.

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  1. Tyke

    Tyke Registered Member

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    I am unable to use the current ESS Beta, as I am using Vista X64. My subscription to NOD32 runs out at the end of next month, but I do not want to pay to update the antivirus, when I might have to pay again for the ESS release. Also why is this process taking so long? I contrast this with the K******** Internet Security solution that went from beta to completion in a matter of weeks!? I think then lack of communication from NOD has been poor, and the lack of 64 bit support is unforgivable. I have long been a loyal NOD supporter, but am seriously thinking about defecting to K********, which at the moment inspires more confidence as a Internet Security solution and is fully 64 bit compatible.
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    Tyke
     
  2. rekun

    rekun Registered Member

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    Kasperskys Beta period was way longer that what we have seen from eset until now. You can wait to the end of this week and see if beta 2 supports 64 bit. if it does you can use the free beta until the final version, and then buy the full version. :D

    Also if the beta period was longer than kaspersky, you should remember that Kaspersky version 7 ISN'T a whole new program, it is just an opgraded version 6:doubt: ESS brings you both new antispam and a firewall, and ofcause it needs to be tested fully before the release
     
  3. ASpace

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    That's exactly what I wanted to say :D Also v6 was beta for about half an year.

    When there is a wish , there is a way : See below

    You have about a month left from your subscription . If you do not want to renew your subscription , you can after that use a trial version of NOD32 for 30 days so you practically have 2 months left from your subsction . Something inside me whispers me that we will see beta2 in max two months time and beta2 should include x64 support ;) . See , it is not that difficult
     
  4. Tyke

    Tyke Registered Member

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    Thanks for the encouraging replies. I am an ESET fan, so I will wait and hope that the next beta is 64 bit!
    Tyke
     
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