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darthsideous666

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About darthsideous666

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  1. If one product was able to detect every threat then there would be no debate! Clearly, both of these products are going to have their supporters and the testing results are going to differ. I believe that both of them compliment the other and benefit the user in detecting what the other may have missed, which for me is the most important thing. The bottom line is that you can't go wrong with a layer of quality security products that are backed by individuals that care about customer support! ds
  2. Breakdown and make the purchase, then you can enable or disable the splash screen all you want! ds
  3. No and I don't have a problem with my icon disappearing either It was just a thought
  4. Just curious, do you have the "hide inactive icons" checked in your windows start menu
  5. Because it detected and logged the site tracking cookies? During my scheduled scans, I always see the tracking cookies from sites visited, unless of course I manually cleaned them before the scan. SAS is not going to block the cookies, if that is what you are asking?
  6. At least once a week, whether it needs it or not
  7. Are you certain that SUPERAntiSpyware is the cause of your slow down? Are you running any other security programs or a security suite? The settings in one of the other programs may be the cause of the slow down, especially if one of those are set to perform a specific scan at start up!
  8. If RAM usage is such a concern then install more RAM! (IMO), I do not understand the people who want to utilize multiple programs, do not have enough system resources to do so and then complain about the way their computer operates. More RAM, multiple programs, less RAM, fewer programs. Just a thought!
  9. Nick, I am sure that you are aware of the recent reviews of SAS Pro, by both, PC Magazine and Tech Support Alert. I was wondering if you are preparing an upcoming response in your Blog about these reviews and the testing methods used. Either way, you have my continued support and I hope you guys keep up the hard work and continue to improve on SAS.
  10. It's funny you mentioned the independant testing because I had already sent an e-mail to Neil Rubenking at PC Magazine on March 8 asking if he or they had any future plans of testing SUPERAntiSpyware. This was his reply: I'm aware of it, but haven't been able to get to it. Not enough hours in the day. -njr
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