Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by CloneRanger, Dec 7, 2011.
Guilty as charged.
I've only seen it on my low end laptop though for some reason.
Hehehe, yeah, Krusty the trouble maker . Yeah, that is all that is going on... VS is checking the screen size without the taskbar in place... it should be a very easy fix.
There is some pretty bad stuff going on as we speak.
It is important for us to remember that we are in this together.
We may not be on the same team, but we are certainly on the same side.
Please do not forget that.
Has anyone tried VS with the latest Windows 10 Cumulative Updates? I read about some 3rd party security softwares having problems with the KB4022716 and causing black screen at reboot
No problem with my three Win10 x64 machines.
I took the latest win10 updates yesterday, after which I installed the latest beta edition of VS, and all is fine aboard my ship.
Besides VS, I am running only windows defender (which, by the way, is working much better than it did previously).
after a long time of vs abscence I decided to install again , and I must say I am very pleased with this release it seems much faster than the previous releases I have tried. the first three startups , I got the " greyed out " desktop icon , but it is a thing of the past now thanks for your hard work Dan!!!
Running VS 3.59b. I installed the latest CU update this morning. All is working fine.
Thanks everybody for the feedback
Have you had to uninstall VS before updating Windows or there's no need for that?
Mhmmm, I think it's time to quit Comodo and join Dan
Did install the CU update on top VS. The all process went smooth as...
I don't remember ever seeing someone say that VS borked their system after a Windows update. But anything's possible.
Making a system image before running a cumulative update is probably a good idea, because you can never know what software or hardware conflicts are lurking around the corner.
Better safer than sorry, yes 100%.
So, I may try TinyWall + VooDooShield + Windows Defender (even if I'd prefer a cloud-only AV)
Is this combo lightweight?
Are you using any other AV beside VS ?
Panda AV free.
HMPA free browser protection.
You are welcome. Ciao
On my system, yes. Every system reacts differently to security softs, you have to try it out to know whether it is good for you.
Yes, that's true
I asked that question because Windows Defender is always at the bottom on AV-C performance test http://chart.av-comparatives.org/chart1.php
Right. Good question.
I used to have a problem with WD, that when I opened my download folder, which is full of heavy files, it would load very slowly. They fixed that problem.
The other thing that people complain about is when WD does its daily scan. I never suffered from that, because I leave my PC running all day, so it scans when I am eating lunch or whatever. People who close the lids of their laptop all the time, they might still have a problem... I can't comment.
The RAM usage has gone down, but Avast is still lighter in that respect.
VS and KB4022716 working fine on two machines, KB has not appeared for newest laptop (ThinkPad Yoga) on WU yet for some reason.
No need to uninstall VS.
I have KB4022716 issues on one old notebook though, also containing VS, but the problem is with Comodo Firewall ... Firefox crashes: https://forums.comodo.com/bug-repor...omodo-dragon-internet-chromodo-t119915.0.html
Others are experiencing similar: https://forums.comodo.com/bug-repor...ws-apps-on-win-10-cu-kb4022716-t119922.0.html
So maybe VS is the way to go!
Need to remember to do this!
VS is the way to go, but I assume Comodo will have a hot fix very soon, so just export your CFW config, keep it under your pillow, and sit tight for a couple days
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