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    I want to know what's the difference between AVG 6 Free Edition and AVG 7 Professional Edition.

    And looking on the Grisoft site, which version would be suitable for me?

    * AVG Professional
    * AVG Network Edition
    * AVG Email Server Edition
    * AVG File Server Edition
    * AVG SharePoint Server Edition
    * AVG Linux Email Server Edition

    I'm guessing AVG Professional will be fine for me.

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    If they're both free, go ahead with Pro. Or you can wait a bit more for Norton AntiVirus 2005 Pro, the beta is out, I'm waiting on the final release.



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    AVG sucks! And no matter which one you choose it will still say you have the Email Server Edition, unless they fixed that bug.

    Try norton corp or nod32 instead.

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    KAV v5.

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    avg does not suck, get avg pro 7 if you can find it, think its still @ suprnova
    stay away from norton products

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    It does not suck. In work I used Symantec Corp and got a virus, I then switched to AVG, at home I've been using the free version of AVG for about a year now and not got a virus.

    What else do you want it to do?
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    Originally posted by manker@16 July 2004 - 03:12
    In work I used Symantec Corp and got a virus,
    Then your sysadmin must did not update the virus defs on the main av server. Norton corp is designed to function as a client to an av server. The defs you get are from that server which the server gets from norton.

    If you run Norton corp as a standalone application then you can exercise the update feature at your own discretion.

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    Originally posted by shn+16 July 2004 - 09:34--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (shn @ 16 July 2004 - 09:34)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-manker@16 July 2004 - 03:12
    In work I used Symantec Corp and got a virus,
    Then your sysadmin must did not update the virus defs. [/b][/quote]
    If you mean the guy that takes care of the computers then that&#39;s me but a system admin isn&#39;t my trade

    The virus definitions were up to date. The infected PC is not on the network though, it&#39;s full of MP3s and warez and is mine for messing about with at lunch or any other time I get to skive - like now. The auto detect did not detect the virus quickly enough and it destroyed a lot of the executables on my PC. To me AVG seems like lightening c.f. the bloated Symantec, the full system scanning time is certainly much quicker.
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    Originally posted by manker+16 July 2004 - 11:35--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (manker @ 16 July 2004 - 11:35)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
    Originally posted by shn@16 July 2004 - 09:34
    <!--QuoteBegin-manker
    @16 July 2004 - 03:12
    In work I used Symantec Corp and got a virus,

    Then your sysadmin must did not update the virus defs.
    If you mean the guy that takes care of the computers then that&#39;s me but a system admin isn&#39;t my trade

    The virus definitions were up to date. The infected PC is not on the network though, it&#39;s full of MP3s and warez and is mine for messing about with at lunch or any other time I get to skive - like now. The auto detect did not detect the virus quickly enough and it destroyed a lot of the executables on my PC. To me AVG seems like lightening c.f. the bloated Symantec, the full system scanning time is certainly much quicker. [/b][/quote]
    full system scanning is quicker, but there is nothing wrong with Norton......... it has the best intercepting rates available........ but uses more system resources....

    i find AVG to defende my system well enough........ scans my comp fully EVERYDAY......... never finds a thing....... and the best part is its legally free&#33;&#33;&#33;&#33;

    @ shn, i dont have the same problem, though it does say my OS is NT 4.0 build 2600........ though thats kinda true (XP).........
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    Is 7.0.254 the latest build?
    Shut that cuntís mouth or Iíll come over there and fuckstart her head.

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