alicez

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  1. Turned on Win10 today and clicked on SAS and still a long time to open. I had to click again and then it finally opened.
  2. I have always had the free version. There is no icon in lower right of screen. I just go the Start and then click on SAS.
  3. I don't know what is happening lately but when I click on SAS to open, I have to wait and wait and then I have to click again for it to open. Why is this happening? I don't remember it happening in the past with my Win10.
  4. Thank you. I installed the SAS on my Win 10 notebook. Is there someplace I can look on this SAS to see that it installed the Win10 version?
  5. Thank you. Just wanted to say I did not receive an email alert that responses were made. Was I supposed to receive an email alert?
  6. #1- Will SAS 6.0.1228 work on my Win 10 notebook? #2- Also, does SAS do the same thing as CCleaner? I have found that if I don't use CCleaner and use SAS, SAS will pick-up some exceptions. If I use CCleaner first and clean the exceptions found, and then use SAS, SAS will not pick-up any exceptions. Thankyou.,
  7. I just ran a Custom scan of my C: drive on my Win7 computer and the results were: =============== Scan type : Custom Scan Total Scan Time : 00:26:09 Operating System Information Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Service Pack 1 (Build 6.01.7601) UAC On - Limited User Memory items scanned : 557 SUPERAntiSpyware Scan Log =========== Why did it only scan 557 items? When I run a scan with another program it always shows thousands of items scanned.
  8. Un-checking the SAS in CCleaner appears to have fixed the log problem. The last three scans now appear in the scan log section. Hopefully that was the solution. One thing still confuses me a bit. What is difference between Compelte scan and Custom scan? I ran a Complete scan and it took 12:42 minutes. A Custom scan of C: drive took 24:27 minutes. I thought they would both take about the same time to complete and both would take much longer to complete. (Win7) (Might have asked similar question previously but it is just confusing to me when other Anti-Malware programs have always taken longer.)
  9. CCleaner. I just checked CCleaner - Cleaner section/Applications and notice that SAS was checked. Let me uncheck it and run another scan and see if the logs will then be showing in Log seciton of CC. Thanks for mentioning "cleaners." Let's see if unchecking SAS will allow scan logs to be saved from now on.
  10. I run scans but when I look in the log section I do not see logs. Why not? (6.0.1130) I restarted computer (Win7) and still shows NO logs from the past of for today.. I run complete and custom scans.
  11. I still notice that only current scan is listed in the Scan Log
  12. No, the option to save logs is not disabled. I just did anther scan on this Win7 and this time dd a Complete scan and it took just 12 minutes. Which I think is quite a short time and wonder if it is actually doing a COMPLETE scan (which takes much longer than my other Malware program's full scan. There was a copy of this scan in the Scan Log. I did a Custom scan of C: drive on my Vista notebook (which doesn't have as many 'files' as the Win7) and that scan took 26 minutes; so I don't know what is going on with the scans. I think I will have to think about keeping this SAS on these two computers if it is not doing a 'complete' scan each time.
  13. Thank you. I noitce when I go to "Scan Logs," there is no record of the scan I did. Shouldn't that scan be listed there?
  14. I did a Custom scan of the C: on my Win7 computer which has quite a lot of files on it. What us the latest version? I have 6.0.1130
  15. I have SAS 6 and did a scan of my C drive on my Win7 64-bit computer and it only took only 22 minutes. My other scan programs take around one hour to scan C drive. Why does SAS take such a short time? I hope you can see one of the following images: