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    Quote Originally Posted by Neries View Post
    If I want to uninstall completely I use a free uninstall program (IObit) that searches the registry for bits left behind and asks if I want to delete what it finds.
    Apparently it has adaware so I'll give it a miss but thanks Margaret

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJG View Post
    I just uninstall it then install the new version Helen I assume that the bits left behind work with the new version
    Sometimes if you are having problems Doreen it is best to have a complete clean uninstall. It normally sorts out any issues
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellygreen View Post
    Sometimes if you are having problems Doreen it is best to have a complete clean uninstall. It normally sorts out any issues
    Touch wood it's been ok so far Helen....... now I've said that watch this space LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJG View Post
    Touch wood it's been ok so far Helen....... now I've said that watch this space LOL
    Yes that would be typical

    Things seem to be ok my end now that I have the USB cord in rather than the Bluetooth
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellygreen View Post
    Yes that would be typical

    Things seem to be ok my end now that I have the USB cord in rather than the Bluetooth
    lad it's ok now Helen shame about the Bluetooth though

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJG View Post
    lad it's ok now Helen shame about the Bluetooth though
    I am not to bothered Doreen as long as it works
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJG View Post
    Apparently it has adaware so I'll give it a miss but thanks Margaret
    Does it? My AVG security has not picked that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neries View Post
    Does it? My AVG security has not picked that up.
    I didn't download it it because it said that on the download site I chose Margaret

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neries View Post
    My AVG security has not picked that up.
    AVG is not very good software. We had it on machines here when I first started and a few of them were infected even though AVG said they were fine. It was quickly replaced with more reliable security software.
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    I have had AVG for years they keep on taking the subscription every year. What are you using now Brian?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianP View Post
    AVG is not very good software. We had it on machines here when I first started and a few of them were infected even though AVG said they were fine. It was quickly replaced with more reliable security software.
    Helen

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellygreen View Post
    I have had AVG for years they keep on taking the subscription every year. What are you using now Brian?
    I normally use Bitdefender on my own machines and Eset Endpoint on our business machines. I've tested lots of antivirus & anti-malware software packages over the years (I'm a bit of a tech security geek) and these are about the best of the bunch and give consistently high detection rates without slowing the PCs down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianP View Post
    I normally use Bitdefender on my own machines and Eset Endpoint on our business machines. I've tested lots of antivirus & anti-malware software packages over the years (I'm a bit of a tech security geek) and these are about the best of the bunch and give consistently high detection rates without slowing the PCs down.
    Thank you very much I will have a look into those
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