SSM Free edition rolled back to 583

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Thankful, Jun 10, 2007.

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  1. Thankful

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  2. EASTER.2010

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    I rolled back my FULL version to 2.0.6.568 awhile back and is where i been at for months. LoL
     
  3. fixmypcmike

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    I haven't been having any problems that I know of. Should I roll back?
     
  4. EASTER.2010

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    Regarding my own version. It was just a matter of simplicity that encouraged that decision. When the registry module changed and network assistance added i just found it wasn't neccessary enough for me to take on the extras plus the registry module screen was a complication i didn't need to spend the time on just to figure out all over again. My version is Rock Solid and Stable and covers all it needs. The great thing about releasing so many versions the way SSM does is that they give users a CHOICE to nail down the one that best suits your security the way YOU expect. I might add my version is as simple as pie to navigate thru and modify to preference.
     
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  6. glentrino2duo

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    When 584 came out, I immediately installed it, but didn't last an hour in my machines. keeps on crashing, so I immediately rolled back to 583.

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  7. farmerlee

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    I never had any problems with 584 either so its staying on my system for now.
     
  8. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    618 works fine for the paid/full version.
     
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    Same here...:)
     
  10. EASTER.2010

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    Good going with the updated versions fellas. I've always been this way with ALL security programs. When i see they can accomplish all that needs covered and completely stable (within reason) plus efficient, it leaves me with room to apply the other security programs (HIPS) etc. in combo for that Layered Shielding at the most minimum resource usage and disk space.
     
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