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Windows Vista Anti Virus


devonknows

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Hi, i have the windows vista Beta Build 5600, can anyone inform me on a anti virus and internet security program that is compatible with Windows Vista, i had norton internet security 2005, but Vista advised me not to install as it has compatability issues. if anyone can give me advice, would be most greatful.

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Devon.

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BurrWalnut

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AVG 7.5 free works perfectly well for me.

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anskyber

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kellysbouncas@sky.com

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uninstall the Beta version and download the new version for free Certainly a good move forward for IE7 Yes it still has problems mostly with antivirus programs but a lot of thes antivirus have already updated their software to fit with IE7 Microsoft stated it did not like my prog click here but I installed mine with the latest update antivirus for protectorplus and it works fine My costs for protector are less thanĀ£15 since I have had it for 7 years and gain benefits as a loyal customer

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Totally-braindead

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Thats an anti virus program I have never heard of before - Protector Plus.

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