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by Phil M. / February 3, 2007 2:30 PM PST In reply to: some details for ya "AVG Anti-Spyware and a-squared are the two best anti-Trojan products available, according to AV-Comparatives"The the other can be used on demand but even then I would shut down or disable the other while a scan in in progress.AFAIK it does not matter which anti-virus programs I see no problem having two but NOT running at the same time as there could be conflicts with each fighting for supremacy rights.Makes a big difference!Glenn Flag Permalink This was Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - RESPONSE 2 ANTI-VIRUS IN ONE COMPUTER by GEO2003 / September 22, 2008 5:39 AM PDT In reply to: Can You Really Have 2 navigate here

If I can only use one active program, can I use other software just to do regular scans but have them switched of at other times?My System:Notebook, Windows XP homeNorton Anti-virus Viewing ...(more) 0 people are following Ask a question now Write a title for your question More Hot Questions What Is Enhanced Spyware? by Says Who? / February 2, 2007 12:09 AM PST In reply to: NO !!! Anyways, I am having a big problem with my computer.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - yes by santuccie / February 3, 2007 2:56 PM PST In reply to: Sure about that? Stick with the quick and conservative optimization method.As far as the other names mentioned (Spyware Doctor, Spy Sweeper, and KILLBOX), these are all good IMO. If using other security programs that detect registry changes (ie Spybot's Teatimer), they may interfere or alert you. When a threat is detected, CyberDefender automatically alerts me and asks me what to do with it.

my system crashed and would not boot windows and i had to have my hard drive wiped and restored to factory settings...my advice is DON'T DO IT!! Unless you have a hardware firewall in front of it, it will not be able to protect you from incoming hacker attacks. Brothersoft.comWindows|Mac|Mobile|Games |Message Solve software problem quickly Share experience to help others Improve the ability of solving problem Find answers Ask a question Tags: spyware sensitive information spyware× sensitive information× Done Adware Sorry copsblow247, but even McAfee beats them any day of the week IMO.

Join over 733,556 other people just like you! It also is sometimes unpredictable (like losing text during an update). Well, after the removal was complete, my computer became really slow, delayed response, even on the internet. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/can-you-really-have-2-anti-viral-programs-on-one-computer-309240/ After finding and cleaning the files I needed to do manually I ran the F-Secure on-line scanner I gave above and it came out squeaky clean!

During the install process, an option to check for updates is available so you should take advantage of this. Cashman,Glenda Gunter,Randolph GunterLimited preview - 2007Teachers Discovering Computers: Integrating Technology in a Connected WorldGary Shelly,Glenda Gunter,Randolph GunterLimited preview - 2011Teachers Discovering Computers: Integrating Technology in a Changing WorldGlenda A. Why buy the program when there are so many free apps for home users, even Spyware Doctor, it is free in the google pack. All of these are free and work well.Since spyware, trojans, etc.

I'm running Windows Defender and Spyware Doctor, both active, and having no problems whatsoever. Let us help you keep your PC running like it did the day you brought it home from the store.        •    Troubleshooting—We show you how to diagnose the cause Just as an aside you may want to go to Majorgeeks or search for the utility that's supposed to remove Norton completely. The editor in SnagIt may be very slow in responding or not respond at all unless you stop the scan, because Spyware Doctor is using 97MB of memory.

by Paul C / January 25, 2007 6:23 PM PST In reply to: Can I have multiple antivirus software on my computer. check over here Even running a scan with, let's say Adaware or Spybot Search & Destroy, might trigger a bug to be caught that (strange enough) could not be detected by the very anti-virus I also use Sygate free for home use firewall. eg Zone Alarm or Comando.

This leaves Linux to go on its merry way. ...For the time being, that is. I have found this to be quite effective! In addition, Avast is much more customizable to fit the particular needs of the user whereas Avira uses a more generic shotgun approach.ONE stinking link does absolutely nothing to prove anything his comment is here Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Can You Really Have 2 Anti-Viral Programs on One Computer?

After many e-mails to tech support and problems installing it, I asked for and rec'd. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - btw by santuccie / February 3, 2007 4:09 PM PST In reply to: yes AVGAS' database continues to steadily grow, and is indeed NOW, does THAT "actually answer the guy's question about running two anti-virus apps at the same time" good enough for you?

it includes an e.mail scanner in addition to AVG, all you really need to keep your pc running smoothly is to download C.

Yes you may be full of praise for avast but you havent actually answered the guys question about running 2 antivirus apps at the same time, lol, and while were on i suggest completely uninstalling Norton, download the AVG FREE edition from Grisoft then SpyBot & AdAware (also free) ... Avast may use a bit more resources, but [at least] it doesn't plant a tracking cookie on your computer with an extremely annoying splash screen (that can NOT be disabled) every Games for Girls Where You Create Your Own Supermodel Meez Hair Ideas My BitDefender Window Is Blank The Top Five Spyware Cleaners How to Detect or Disable Computer Viruses & Worms?

is actually pretty decent in my book, but there are others. spyware doctor vs slow computer Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by awwsomepossum, Aug 17, 2007. Coincidentally, both of these offer free scanners, both of which I'd recommend you run once a week at least. weblink Works well for me.

Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - you make good point fatcatpeter by wayne561965 / October 2, 2008 7:07 AM PDT In reply to: Did it for years, works well Click here to Register a free account now! People like castingRod47 here don't really have a clue (blind leading blind) and give advice anyway!

slide 1 of 5 Introduction PC Tools Spyware Doctor with Antivirus v7.0.0.545 is a scanner and remover of trojans, viruses, worms, rootkits, keyloggers, spyware, adware and other potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). Many, such as the newer McAfee and Norton, won't install if another antivirus program is resident on the machine.