Well, it would be good to know the name of this alarm clock program else how will we know how to help?
The program I'm having a problem with is an example. I started to mention the name of the program, but decided not to because my specific question is how to be able to control the application and bypass the automatic moving of a file of my choosing.
I like Avast and would hate to have to drop it. At present it's turned off because it'll move my preferred program. I used Norton for a long time before moving to a couple of other antivirus program and finally settling and promoting Avast. I dropped Norton because it become too wild and out of control.
Hopefully there is a control feature in Avast that will allow me to choose bypass an error on it's part. I spent a couple of hours trying to figure it out before posting my message.
The program name isn't a secret. It's cac.exe (Computer Alarm Clock, http://www.tarsoft.com/
Again, I can’t see how the name of the program matters when I really would like to know how to configure Avast exclude an application of my choice. Either it’s possible or it’s not. Hopefully it’s possible. So far there isn’t a better Antivus program. But without a feature for the end user to configure it, there’s a serious problem.
Thanks in advance for any information on the ability to configure Avast, or a confirmation that it’s not user configurable in that matter. Thanks also for any other input you might have.
It would be best for you to remove your email address unless you like getting spam email.
This is a public forum and spambots often troll public forums for available email addresses such as yours.
And, hide your email in your profile as that is also showing publicly.
Never show your email address in any public forum.
Thanks. I’m very careful. I’ve been using the internet longer than anyone I know. I have the same email address that I started out with in 1993. It works perfectly. I don’t like spam and control it very well.
I really appreciate the advice. I used the method of searching my signature to find this forum for which I posted a message… I typed this into Google: http://www.google.com/search?source=ig&hl=en&rlz=&q=avast+ljames%40apollo3.com&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&oq=#hl=en&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&q=avast+%22ljames%40apollo3.com%22&cp=7&pf=p&sclient=psy&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=avast+%22ljames%40apollo3.com%22&pbx=1&fp=fb0aebb266792073
I hope you can see the merit. I’ve been using it for 18 years.
-- L. James
L. D. James