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Eset smart 5 Security program Information


Jock1e
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My Esset does not run out till the end of may but just bought this from Amazon.

Now am I right in thinking if I don't use or register it till may it will still give me the full years cover from then.

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Jock1e

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Sorry had to delete the click here as it gave my details on it.

It was for 3 user Eset Smart 5 for just less than £22.

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Chronos the 2nd

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No, I think you will find that it began when you installed it, I think a bit of code grabs the date/time and even if you uninstall and reinstall sometime later it will still have the original date and time attached to the program.

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Jock1e

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I am not going to install it till May. I thought that it would just be a matter of putting in the new keycode in may and it would start then.

I take it I may have got that wrong.

Smart 5 automatically updates to smart 6 now so thought I would get that while it was cheap.

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Chronos the 2nd

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Sorry misread your thread. It does not matter when you bought it only when you install it does the time begin

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Jock1e

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Chronos the 2nd

Ok I was thinking that myself but was not sure.

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