What do our resident tech freaks and plain ol end useras think a bout McCaffe, Norton and Avast anti virus these days?Thanks Ice
But it also listed a mess of tracking cookies. I didn't see a means to delete them. Anyone know if AVG will delete these tracking cookies Thanks, Jon
Avira actually let me down whilst having it running on a media centre. Caused me hours of work.
I downloaded and ran AVG today. I had to cut the first scan short to download,sign and fax a document. It deleted seven problems. But it also listed a mess of tracking cookies. I didn't see a means to delete them. Anyone know if AVG will delete these tracking cookies. My rather old and outdated computer (a hand-me-down that we actually bought for one of our kids years ago to use at college) is operating excruciatingly slow, and goes into brain fart mode, especially when we go to check our email at yahoo.com. Often when it does this, it shows it is waiting for "adyieldmanager". Thanks, Jon
Hmm, important to know. It had been climbing up in the ratings on download.com
I use Linux or Mac, which don't need anti-virus software.Linux will feel familiar to the Bullet, in that you'll have to tinker to make it work the way you want. Jeff