Yups if you always use ad-aware 2010 free anti-malware for your PC protection against annoying malware, we’ll informing you about minor update of ad-aware 2010 free anti-malware. OK this latest minor update maybe not really important for some of you, but there is no problem with it, come on let’s get ad-aware 2010 free anti-malware on URL at the bottom of this post. Once again even the update sounds small, the addition of a scheduler comes after years of the publisher LavaSoft restricting the feature to its paid upgrades as bait to get users to buy a license. The antivirus feature is new to Ad-Aware, having only been introduced in 2008. Originally, the program used Avira’s virus detection engine, but since 2009, the detection engine has been provided by Sunbelt Software.
Many software publishers have similar business models, though there is an ongoing debate between users as to what is acceptable to restrict and what cripples a program’s core functionality. These changes to the free version of Ad-Aware put it on more competitive footing with other well-known free security software, such as AVG, Avast, and Avira. While the scheduler doesn’t affect the program’s ability to function, many users felt that by forcing them to rely on themselves to turn scan on, the company was, in effect, making their computers less secure.
A private commenter on CNET.com said “I don’t know about you but I have better ways to abuse my system than that. NIS 11 beta scarcely moves the same graphs when it does its thing. Unless you are running far more resouirces than my AMD Penom Quad 4 64 bit with 8 Gigabytes of RAM 1.5 T of hard drive you will probably not like this edition of AdAware. I watched my graphs as AdAware began its scan and was shocked to see all four processors hit near capacity, 87% to 95% and RAM peg out at 100%, tempatures rose from the urual 35C to a scarey 50+”.
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