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Hi, I just installed this and like it a lot. I did notice though it was using high resources, is this normal? (around 41K)

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I am a registered user of SuperAdBlocker and have noticed this too. This is probably a necessary evil, but I'll yield to Nick for an answer. This should not be a problem if you've got 1GB+ of RAM.

Regards,

Paul

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Programs need memory for perform their actions - Windows manages the memory very well, and the task manager really does not tell the whole truth when it comes to memory.

You should not notice any system performance degradation when running our products and they do their jobs - that reallly should be the bottom line with any product.

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One thing is still not very clear to me. I have licenses for both SAS and SAB.

I am running SAS realtime but do not use SAB.

What is the best way to use these both tools?

I am thinking of running SAB realtime and SAS on demand, but I am not sure.

I am browsing with FF with the AdBlock Plus Add-on.

I have also running NOD32 and LinkScanner Pro.

TIA,

Gerard

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One thing is still not very clear to me. I have licenses for both SAS and SAB.

I am running SAS realtime but do not use SAB.

What is the best way to use these both tools?

I am thinking of running SAB realtime and SAS on demand, but I am not sure.

I am browsing with FF with the AdBlock Plus Add-on.

I have also running NOD32 and LinkScanner Pro.

TIA,

Gerard

The best configuration is to have SUPERAntiSpyware Professional doing the real-time and then SAB doing the ad-blocking. You can have SAB do the real-time and then just run SAS as on-demand - it's really a user preference. We will be coming out with a version of SAB that does not include SAS so that users in your situation can run them each without any duplication of resources.

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