Re: F-Secure Greedy?
- From: Roy <roybasan@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2010 17:27:45 -0700 (PDT)
On Aug 14, 11:51 pm, "David H. Lipman" <DLipman~nosp...@xxxxxxxxxxx>
From: "Roy" <royba...@xxxxxxxxx>Theoritically yes but practically
| I have the same issue previously with Kaspersky internet security
| version 2009. that one PC that have only 256 of RAM was so slow ...
| That when I added another chip to make it 512, it improved
| dramatically the performance of the PC...
| Then lately with the latest Kaspersky version 2010, 512 Mb is
| insufficient that I had to upgrade it to 1 Gb .
| It might be the same reason with F secure.....?
| But there are still AVs that are not resource hungry... such as the
| ..they seems to work well in older PCs with less RAM capacity?
256MB is the minimum just to RUN the WinXP OS w/o any software.
well I can run a number of softwares in an old PC with just 256 mb of
RAM including video players, office tools, even some minor
games....... I counted about 20 installed softwares in that particular
PC...including the NOD32...
I tested Kaspersky Avira premium, Bitdefender, AVG and it drastically
slowed down the PC but not with NOD32....