Discussion in 'Windows & Other OS Discussion & Support' started by Robert McClelland, Mar 14, 2009.
Just like to know
everything else i've tried has either failed miserably... or been so good that it's actually a royal pain in the ass..
i still prefer windows supplied firewall and no antivirus
Antivir free working fine here on Windows 7
Free antivirus - Avira AntiVir
I used Ariva as my antivirus
Kasp has a 90 day beta trial for Win 7 that I'm using however it's a pain in the ass. Pops up every time anything tries to access the net and that's even after clicking on the "remember" button. About to uninstall it, but thought I'd mention it as maybe I don't have everything setup on it. Annoying as hell in my opinion though.
I signed up for the beta program at McAfee mainly because the regular is free for comcast subscribers.. So far it's worked well with both 32 and x64 versions of Win7.
Inigrated and runs as well as it does in XP.
I'd say get the nod32 security suite trail version which includes antivirus and firewall and go to this website to update the username/password to make it like the full forever.
Tazer, posting that link is against the forum rules. So, just a friendly warning: you might want to remove anything after suggesting NOD32. Otherwise the admins will do it for you.
I'm just pointing him twords the trail version and some usernames whats wrong with that?
Well, the best way to do this is to show what happened the last time someone posted keys:
I know you only wanted to help out here, but spreading keys for a program that isn't free is not allowed here at DH.
/Your friendly mod Asmoday
NOD32 is free for 30 days. After that you have to purchase it, so posting a link to keys that bypasses that is, as you can see, against the forum rules. Best advice is to post just the link to ESETs website which is HERE, and allow them to download and try out the free trial. That, along with your recommendation, should be enough for them decide whether or not they want to purchase it.
lol Sorry I don't need it friend of mine said Comodo does work on win 7 beside I hate norton anyway it sucks system ram up big time. I don't have windows 7 installed yet waiting for RC1
Not a big fan of Norton's in recent years myself and on Comodo you should be good to go for the RC
Keep in mind Robert I only tested the 64 bit app but should be fine on 32 bit ... actually still using Comodo on my Win7 7100 install
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