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Vi

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Since: Mar 23, 2007
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(Msg. 1) Posted: Thu Mar 29, 2007 4:51 pm
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I'm going to be making a choice on an Antivirus as I've posted before in a
couple of months. I have Norton and am very pleased with it but figure I
might as well research as many as I can before it expires... Panda was
recommended to me by a friend and truthfully, I don't see Panda being
mentioned or at least a quick scan didn't show any mention of it.... Any
thoughts? Positive or negative? Thanks.
...... Vi

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(Msg. 2) Posted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:34 am
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"Vi" <baseballfan.RemoveThis@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> I'm going to be making a choice on an Antivirus as I've posted before in a
> couple of months. I have Norton and am very pleased with it but figure I
> might as well research as many as I can before it expires... Panda was
> recommended to me by a friend and truthfully, I don't see Panda being
> mentioned or at least a quick scan didn't show any mention of it.... Any
> thoughts? Positive or negative? Thanks.
> ..... Vi
Oh my God, don't go with Panda. (Our small business has many machines.)
I used it until I trashed it. It gobbles up system resources.
Computers booted VERY slowly.
Then I went with NOD32 and am happy.
Kaspersky is good too.
NOT PANDA!
-Pete

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(Msg. 3) Posted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 11:50 am
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"Pete" <Pete.RemoveThis@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> "Vi" <baseballfan.RemoveThis@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:1NCdnZBsdLF9u5HbnZ2dnUVZ_r-onZ2d@comcast.com...
>> I'm going to be making a choice on an Antivirus as I've posted before in
>> a couple of months. I have Norton and am very pleased with it but figure
>> I might as well research as many as I can before it expires... Panda was
>> recommended to me by a friend and truthfully, I don't see Panda being
>> mentioned or at least a quick scan didn't show any mention of it....
>> Any thoughts? Positive or negative? Thanks.
>> ..... Vi
> Oh my God, don't go with Panda. (Our small business has many machines.)
> I used it until I trashed it. It gobbles up system resources.
> Computers booted VERY slowly.
> Then I went with NOD32 and am happy.
> Kaspersky is good too.
> NOT PANDA!
> -Pete
>
>OK, thanks.... No wonder no mention of it was found by me....I think I know
>now what to choose thanks to the opinions of this group, who are much more
>experienced on the subject than I,.... which by the way is a great find for
>me. Just reading the posts helps me to learn and I have much to learn when
>it comes to computers. Thanks again .... to all that took the time to post
>replies to my original post. ..... Vi
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