markop2003Member Since: July 19, 2005Posts: 29917markop2003FollowForum Posts: 29917Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#4 Posted by markop2003 (29917 posts) - 8 years, 5 months ago Kapersky is the best you We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article. Post a comment Watch this discussion. Plus, its user interface is less cryptic than NTBACKUP.
so i leave me C drive alone.or should i get Norton 360?or should i get MacAfee totl protection?plz no free software. No, i don't even really need any AV software, as long as you aren't being stupid with where you browse. It is possible to now download the legacy NTBACKUP tool and use it in Vista or XP if you don't already have a backup tool, but that may not be the A highly stripped-down version of the same would ship with Vista, and the full version would be available for a yearly subscription fee.
No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. Antivirus Because it's difficult for an end user to determine just how effective a given antivirus solution is, I turned to testing authorities to find out how effective OneCare is compared I think that's $90 Australian, not U.S. Let the people who are too poor or won't pay for protection live with those things, be smarter yourself!
Acceptable use policies, MDM help desktop admins wrangle devices Modern endpoint management comes with new rules Load More View All Problem solve PRO+ Content Find more PRO+ content and other member Find all posts by Pi rules #2 April 26th, 2006, 10:55 PM renegade600 Certifiable Bum Join Date: Sep 2003 O/S: Linux Location: Osceola, Ar Posts: 26,175 thats up Microsoft's approach is just to warn the user pre-emptively about any site that may be suspicious, whether or not any data is submitted. http://www.cybertechhelp.com/forums/showthread.php?t=115854 For antispyware protection, Microsoft includes its Windows Defender technology, which anyone can download for free.
Please provide a Corporate E-mail Address. For those of you who wouldn’t know disk defragmentation from a spyware program, OneCare is truly one-stop shopping. Is it any better than whats out there? By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers.
Thje best things in life are actually NOT FREE! About Established in 2001, Infopackets features the latest in headline news based on MS Windows, Internet, and technology trends. This email address is already registered. The $20 price tag is tempting, though, and I need some sort of AV at least.
You have been testing it, you know what it does, does it fit your needs? http://midsolutions.org/windows-live/windows-live-onecare-subscription-need-assustabce.html The Microsoft antivirus engine is based on GeCAD technology, a Romanian security company that the software giant bought several years ago. speed_hog, Jul 29, 2008 #11 jsparky77 Joined: Jan 20, 2008 Messages: 184 I wouldnt even use Live OneCare let alone pay for it. chiliwormeater45, Jul 31, 2008 #14 TechOutsider Banned Joined: Jun 9, 2008 Messages: 303 Live OneCare is ..
SearchWindowsServer Microsoft plugs zero-day SMB vulnerability on March Patch Tuesday After Microsoft skipped February Patch Tuesday, it released 17 updates in March, including a long-awaited patch for a zero-day ... Once I connected to the unsecure wireless network, I launched Windows Live OneCare and was alerted by Windows Live OneCare that I was on an unsecure wireless network and that it They also offer both Windows Defender and the Online OneCare Safety Scanner for free, so only an Anti-virus is really required and several other vendors offer those for free too. have a peek here Is it any better than whats out there?
Viruses - Faster and More Complex Understanding Viruses How Did Spyware End Up on My Computer? In Windows Live OneCare 2.0, a new feature is coming that will let users of Windows Live OneCare secure an unsecure wireless network in their home. And let’s not forget the network firewall.
OneCare may use some functionality that exists in Windows, but adds much more that I won't list. I’m currently testing the service on my powerful Vista desktop computer, my Toshiba Pentium 4 Satellite Pro laptop, also running Vista, and my small Toshiba Pentium III Portégé with Windows XP, I had to tweak the program and recreate my network to get all my computers set up, but it didn’t seem like any big deal. I found it OK, but I've seen better suites.
PWN-SchubieMember Since: August 23, 2007Posts: 709PWN-SchubieFollowForum Posts: 709Followed by: 0Reviews: 3 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#2 Posted by PWN-Schubie (709 posts) - 8 years, 5 months ago if you want to pay Getting a bit sick of AVG being the memory hog it is and wondering if members have other progs that do ther job just as well?Click to expand... I beta tested Windows Live OneCare, and qualify for their $20 pricing for up to three computers. http://midsolutions.org/windows-live/windows-live-onecare-problem.html Windows 10: Is a switch really worth the trouble?