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Offline wpn

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Congratulations
« on: April 15, 2009, 04:40:10 PM »
maybe its been done and said before
despite of all the questions and troubles that people have

i want to congratulate you with this great product

First of all im a happy home user from avast for a while now and it kept my computers clean even tho i fished in the most dangerous stuff there is...

right now im rolling out avast with the adnm in my organisation and i cant get happier then this with the central console to scan pc's

we've been using mcaff33 until now and i was not happy with that and my installed/scans are proving me right for making the step over to avast....
on several pc's i have found virusses (non-activated tho for some reason or not detectable active for me) and im removing them nomather what file they are in.... mcaff33 didnt detect them......  >:(


salute for the great detection rate  ;D and product

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Re: Congratulations
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2009, 04:46:40 PM »
Glad you like the product.  I'm even more glad that you're removing :shudder: Mcafee.

You'll probably be amazed as to how much faster the computers are after you remove it.

Remember though, you'll probably need to run the removal tool on all the computers to completely get rid of Mcafee...
For generic computer (not avast) problems, you can also visit my forum for help: http://www.jacobytech.net/forum

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Re: Congratulations
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2009, 05:05:50 PM »
yeah im happy

the speed improvement has still to be proven ;) but undoubtfully will be noticed over a couple days of time

removing rests i wont do later this year i will implement a complete new domain from scratch where i will use
windows deployment services to roll out images on the workstations (finally) so its a "format" of the stuff thats
on....


thxn for the tip tho