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Offline DavidR

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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #75 on: November 19, 2021, 07:38:33 PM »
Avast is really best this decade.
Best for Protection,Performance

THis essential feature is missing from my openion i am sharing with Avast Security Expert team
In NORTON they have Cloud storage supprot,25 gb+ they are giving to Consumer.but Avast dont have this feature.
(as a consumer i think THis feature will give us EXTRA security Feature surity)

Cloud storage has nothing to do with security.

I'm sure they would welcome you with open arms and your windows 7 system.

I store nothing online, I much prefer to look after my own files, etc. by doing regular backups to an off-line HDD/SSD drive. No limit of 25GB, 2TB HDD and 1TB SSD.
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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #76 on: November 20, 2021, 05:50:59 AM »
Cloud Storage is a extra security feature,if avast do it so our files will be encrypted with Avast server.
our Old memory,Picture will be safe if our hard drive would be damge or laptop can be stolen
THis feature is Most importan.kidnly you should think and study over it

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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #77 on: November 20, 2021, 12:28:36 PM »
Cloud Storage is a extra security feature,if avast do it so our files will be encrypted with Avast server.
our Old memory,Picture will be safe if our hard drive would be damge or laptop can be stolen
THis feature is Most importan.kidnly you should think and study over it

Sorry that has nothing to do with security.  Even with Cloud Storage, which there free and paid options already out there.  They also cost money to source server space, etc. and 25GB isn't that large.  However when you are talking of hundreds of millions of users that is big, who is going to pay for that.

Fortunately I'm not the one who would decide on this, just an avast user playing devils advocate.  I don't just wish I think it through as to how much it would cost and who is to pay for this service if it were ever to be considered.
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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #78 on: November 21, 2021, 08:50:03 AM »
yea,,,for cloud storage avast can take some Extra money,just few money, customer are paying money for cloud storage as like GOOGLE CLOUD,Megasync,Onedrive, so avast users can use avast cloud storage,for premium user avast can give us 100 GB cloud storage,

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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #79 on: November 21, 2021, 01:29:07 PM »
yea,,,for cloud storage avast can take some Extra money,just few money, customer are paying money for cloud storage as like GOOGLE CLOUD,Megasync,Onedrive, so avast users can use avast cloud storage,for premium user avast can give us 100 GB cloud storage,
As already stated, Cloud storage has nothing to do with security.
There are many choices if you're interested. If you're using Office 365, you already have 1 TB.
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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #80 on: April 13, 2022, 02:27:57 PM »
Hello,
I would like to suggest a new feature.
I suggest that Avast Ransomware Shield protect all files, not just specific file types.
At least Avast should provide the option to enable this feature.
All files inside a folder are important and it is impractical to keep track of which file types are in the protected folders.

Thanks.

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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #81 on: June 07, 2022, 11:07:29 PM »
Hello,
I would like to suggest a new feature.
I suggest that Avast Ransomware Shield protect all files, not just specific file types.
At least Avast should provide the option to enable this feature.
All files inside a folder are important and it is impractical to keep track of which file types are in the protected folders.

Thanks.

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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #82 on: June 18, 2022, 07:40:45 PM »
Hello,

I'd like to submit an improvement request: save me one click and change the firewall window to one with 4 buttons instead of 2 buttons + a check box (that doesn't seem to work btw)



Since the checkbox is now useless, you could also display the 4 buttons on 2 different lines, thus certainly preventing any translation issues.

Cheers

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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #83 on: August 15, 2022, 08:27:12 PM »
I think the new firewall should be better.

Avast Firewall does not warn the user when someone is scanning the ports of the computer. Probably a bug or something.

We should be able to add files manually to the sensitive data shield.

We should be able to see the CommunityIQ current threat statistics.

Avast had its own password manager before. It was an okay product but I think it should come back. I read all the problem with Avast's old password manager and why it is tactically bad. But you may want to add the password manager feature with Avast Breachguard. Yall were also talking about that too. It would be really great.

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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #84 on: October 06, 2022, 09:15:48 PM »
I am only a Jr. Member but I agree with TheOwner.  Avast is way too busy.  The UI takes way too long to load and show up in my system tray.  Nobody there thinks that this is an issue. Why? Because they all have $$$$ and can afford systems with lots of RAM and terabytes of HD space!  This isn't why people want or need an antivirus program. Hell, why even buy one - just cut your internet connection!  I can't do anything with my machine until the UI finally shows up.  I have done ALL of your suggestions!!!!  Fix what you have first!  Stop adding to this boat anchor of a program!  Writing good code means dotting all of your "i's" and crossing all of your "t's".  You didn't do this here! 

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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #85 on: October 06, 2022, 10:44:56 PM »
I am only a Jr. Member but I agree with TheOwner.  Avast is way too busy.  The UI takes way too long to load and show up in my system tray.  Nobody there thinks that this is an issue. Why? Because they all have $$$$ and can afford systems with lots of RAM and terabytes of HD space!  This isn't why people want or need an antivirus program. Hell, why even buy one - just cut your internet connection!  I can't do anything with my machine until the UI finally shows up.  I have done ALL of your suggestions!!!!  Fix what you have first!  Stop adding to this boat anchor of a program!  Writing good code means dotting all of your "i's" and crossing all of your "t's".  You didn't do this here!
Showing up on the system tray and being active are two totally different entities.
Avast is resident very early on in the boot process protecting your system.
The UI is probably at the end of the process because it really isn't that important to access the UI.
I usually never open the UI unless I'm answering a question.
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Re: Vote on your favorite new features
« Reply #86 on: October 28, 2022, 12:09:22 PM »
Its my personal suggesions please focus more on quality rather than quantity and also improve more and more security in upcoming versions