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TeeHeeHee Posted 7th Apr 2010, 10:12pm
  And here's me lookin' forward tae some nitty gritty gossip an aw tongue.gif biggrin.gif
Anne1 Posted 7th Apr 2010, 09:52pm
  am no as daft as a look THH laugh.gif
TeeHeeHee Posted 7th Apr 2010, 06:01pm
  Anne, send it to me and I'll pass it on tongue.gif biggrin.gif
Anne1 Posted 7th Apr 2010, 05:37pm
  Hello Martin can you help ive sent you a couple of emails regarding myself and Patsy, she can pm me but when I send any to her she doesnt get them and even when I answer on her pm to me they dont arrive dont have any problems sending pms to anyone else can you solve this for us thanking you
brian432 Posted 28th Mar 2010, 03:47am
 
QUOTE (bilbo.s @ 19th Mar 2010, 04:31pm) *
I´ll stick with AVG free edition. Don´t like Microsoft products and that goes for MacAfee too. Also AOL.

I have to agree, I find AVG excellent and very user friendly. I have found Microsoft, McAfee and Norton very, very invasive.
Jim D Posted 28th Mar 2010, 01:18am
  Most "Anti-virus" products are very good. If you install a different one from the one you have used for years you will find that it detects loads of so called nasties. In fact, they are finding small files which are not deemed a danger by other products. This gives you the impression that it is better than another product. Yet another game!
lizeeloo Posted 26th Mar 2010, 10:07pm
  I've been using MSE for a few months and find it very easy to work with and it has detected two 'nasties' in that time.
It updates regularly and scheduled scans are done on time.

This is an article from last year on the beta version which might be of interest to you.....

"AV-Test calls Microsoft Security Essentials "very good" "
http://blogs.zdnet.com/hardware/?p=4785&tag=rbxccnbzd1

carmella Posted 24th Mar 2010, 02:37pm
 
QUOTE (bilbo.s @ 19th Mar 2010, 03:31pm) *
I´ll stick with AVG free edition. Don´t like Microsoft products and that goes for MacAfee too. Also AOL.


I am the same way Bilbo.s. I have been using the various versions of AVG free edition for years now, and I like it.

I also have, Spybot S & D, as well as SpyewareBlaster. These plus AVG are what keep things ticking over nicely, with hardly ever a problem.
bilbo.s Posted 19th Mar 2010, 03:14pm
  I´ll stick with AVG free edition. Don´t like Microsoft products and that goes for MacAfee too. Also AOL.
wee davy Posted 19th Mar 2010, 03:00pm
  Pleased you like the free anti-virus download from Mr Gates - but please remember they never give anything away free unless there's a catch - and I would encourage people to 'fork out' for a FULL security suite - there are plenty to choose from. It aint called 'essentials' for nothing, I wouldnt mind betting smile.gif Just a word of caution for those taking up the download - make sure it doesnt tie you into their products. I think Mr Gates probably has MORE than enough influence, personally!
Of course it will be better than nothing
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