Re: New E-Machine - Norton
- From: "RH710" <rhall710@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 18:43:11 GMT
"RH710" <rhall710@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> "Dave Cohen" <dave@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> "History Fan" <Unknownplaces@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>>> I assume I should
>>>> disconnect it from the internet when I uninstall and install the new AV
>>> Leave your Internet connection running if you are installing Avast
>>> After installing the software, you have to reboot your PC. Afterwards
>>> immediately looks for updates, which will probably be available. Give
>>> about 2-3 minutes to find and download the updates. Once this is
>>> XP SP2's Security Center will stop nagging you to update your AV, and
>>> red warning icon will disappear from your systray.
>>> You will notice that Avast has very interesting sound schemes for
>>> various functions.
>> I have an e-machine about 2 years old. Should come with recovery cd's
>> unless they've changed their policy.
>> It's best to run a new machine for a while before you mess with it just
>> in case you have to take it back for any reason. I ran the Norton (2002)
>> for a year, then took it out in favor of Avast.
>> I'm a great believer in using an imaging program, my choice is bootitng.
>> This makes playing around a lot safer. Recovery CD's are a lot of hassle
>> if you've time customizing the system.
>> Dave Cohen
>>I have been using Avast for a little while now and I am pleasantly
>>surprised the way it works for me.I had AVG on for some time but Avast
>>seems to work better with less conflicts now and the Default skin is
>>horrible but you can apply some very nice ones now.It caught 2 viruses
>>that AVG didn't and that surprised me.I am sold on Avast now.I haven't
>>noticed a difference in speed either.Norton,Mcafee,Panda and a couple
>>others slow my pc down a good bit.I have a 3 year old Emachine that runs
>>great btw..My 2cents worth.RH710
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