Worth uprading nod32 v.3 to v.4?

Discussion in 'Security and Anti-Virus Software' started by Garandhero, Jun 27, 2009.

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  1. Garandhero

    Garandhero Notebook Deity

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    Is it worth the upgrade? I have a license so its free and all but I heard some things about a decrease in quickness.

    Anyone using 4? Is it much better? Worth upgrading?


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    When/If I do upgrade - is it best to complelely un-install nod32 v.3 first, then install v.4? or can I just install v.4 right over it?
     
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    Screw AV :p Resource hog
     
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  4. Baserk

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    Some folks simply go ballistic when they install an AV and it uses 12MB from their precious 2-4GB memory.....or something like that.
     
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    I've used both and I can't feel any difference between the two versions. At least not anything which makes me think one version is slower than the other... I'm running NOD32 version 4 and I really like it. It uses very little ressources. It might be slower than other AV applications but I don't see thi as a problem. It's affecting my computer or general system speed at all... You can see my specs. in my signature...
     
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    Same here, there is no reason to not use the latest version.
     
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