Time to renew

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by -z3r0-, Feb 20, 2007.

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  1. -z3r0-

    -z3r0- Registered Member

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    Well its that time of year again to renew my current anti-virus or get something else.

    I am currently using NOD32 and have been for 2 years with no complaints, but was wondering if there is something better out there?

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    If any AV has given you 2 years of good protection and no performance issues then I would stay with that AV, particularly when a new improved version is on the way ;)
     
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    Since it was only $27 to renew, and I havent had one single issue in 2 years, I just went ahead and renewed NOD32.

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  5. MaB69

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    A wise decision : like Blackcat said why changing something that satisfied you since 2 years ?

    MaB
     
  6. NAMOR

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    exactly, if it ain't broke... :D
     
  7. JerryM

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    Renewal was a wise decision in my view.
    As I look at the various forums I see that all AVs have problems on some computers.
    When you have one as good as NOD that has run well for 2 years, then hang on to it.

    Best,
    Jerry
     
  8. lodore

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    precisely if its worked flawlessly for 2 years definatly keep it
    lodore
     
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