wow ! Very low footprint indeed.

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by ThomasAn, Jun 6, 2008.

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  1. ThomasAn

    ThomasAn Registered Member

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    Nod32 has a very low footprint in every respect including drive accesses during idle time (which is an issue which somehow bugs me, although many people think it is normal)

    I know (first hand, being a user for years) Bitdefender is heavy on drive activity during idle times. Then I tried Kaspersky 2009 beta just out of curiocity and it too is heavy on drive activity during idle times --> http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=71470&st=0#entry657872

    Nods32 and Avira are the only two I know that have *zero* impact on drive wear-and-tear at idle.

    This is very good for Nod32 (and Avira) and I hope it stays that way :D
     
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    Hi ThomasAn,

    Please read this policy.. It will explain why we do not allow threads that discuss which is better, faster, lighter, etc. Also, since this is the official NOD32 (ESS) support forum section, posts should relate to support questions regarding NOD32. Discussions involving other AV's are inappropriate to this section.

    If you have a specific question regarding another AV, then you can open a new topic in the "other antivirus software" section.
     
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