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Grisoft AVG Now Supports Vista- But Don't Use It

Postby TeMerc » Tue Apr 17, 2007 11:37 am

Millburn, N.J. - April 17, 2007 – GRISOFT, the developer of AVG Internet security software, today released an update to its AVG Internet Security solution enabling users to fully enjoy all the features and benefits of AVG protection for the Windows
Vista environment. This update includes a completely redesigned AVG Firewall component, which is one of the first to take advantage of the entire network filtering benefits offered by Microsoft's new Windows Filtering Platform (WFP).

AVG Internet Security 7.5 offers Vista users the most comprehensive protective tools to safeguard computers and sensitive data. The simple and unified user interface of
AVG Internet Security combines antivirus, anti-spyware, firewall and anti-spam defenses.

This complete security solution includes an easy, integrated interface, free 24/7 customer support and an all-in-one security application that doesn't slow down computer performance with excessive or duplicate data scanning. With comprehensive remote administration tools, AVG Internet Security also offers great value for workstation protection in small and medium-sized businesses.

"Our developers had been working with Microsoft prior to the Vista launch to ensure product compatibility throughout the new security infrastructure, and to design the best user experience possible,” explains Larry Bridwell, VP of Global Security Strategies of GRISOFT. "We are excited to offer another AVG security product to protect Windows Vista PCs against a broad portfolio of Internet threats, including
targeted and untargeted hacker attacks.”

AVG Internet Security 7.5 for Microsoft Vista is immediately available on the GRISOFT website, http://www.grisoft.com, and via its extensive network of channel sales partners located throughout the world. AVG Anti-Virus Professional Edition and AVG
Anti-Malware have already been available for Windows Vista. Earlier this year, AVG Anti-Virus received Checkmark certification on Windows Vista Business Edition from
West Coast Labs, Additionally, AVG Anti-Virus received Virus Bulletin's VB 100 award for tests completed on Windows Vista.
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Re: Grisoft AVG Now Supports Vista

Postby TeMerc » Sun Mar 16, 2008 6:02 pm

I strongly recommend all AVG users uninstall AVG due to their new policy of greed and lust for fast buck.

Instead install avast! free

One benefit I've come across is that for me, Outlook 2007 opens faster, not much, but noticeable none the less. And yes I know, Outlook is a slow, fat hog to begin with, but this switch was a pleasant surprise.
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Re: Grisoft AVG Now Supports Vista- But Don't Use It

Postby gimpguy2000 » Sun Mar 16, 2008 6:26 pm

chrz

I use Avira Anti-vir. Free edition , taste great less filling than AVG. **@

Cheers,

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Re: Grisoft AVG Now Supports Vista- But Don't Use It

Postby TeMerc » Sun Mar 16, 2008 8:06 pm

gimpguy2000 wrote:chrz

I use Avira Anti-vir. Free edition , taste great less filling than AVG. **@

Cheers,

Paul
Good suggestion also. Users can find AntiVir right here. FU2 AVG! grgr
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