Should I exit Browser while scanning with NOD32?

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  1. racketeer66

    racketeer66 Registered Member

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    I always wanted to ask the next:
    Do I have to quit browsing (or any other activity etc. E-mail, video-streaming) when start an on-demand scan with NOD32 (or prescheduled scan)?
    Are the results significantly better or more relavant if I exit Firefox?
    Or - it does not have any impact on the outcome and the speed of the whole scanning process?
    I apologize for such a trivial question but I have't found any info on that.
    thanks in advance!
     
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    Stuff that usually takes alot of CPU like video compression, archiving tons of files will of course be slower when scanning your pc, and will also make the scan alot slower. But browsing around the web & other basic stuff won't have much of an impact on the scanning speed.
     
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