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20 Oct 2012   #221
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22 Oct 2012   #222
sk0t0s

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Well done all!!!
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22 Oct 2012   #223
marsmimar

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On behalf of all, thank you, Eli.
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22 Oct 2012   #224
sk0t0s

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You're welcome Lee
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22 Oct 2012   #225
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Now I see why this site has been telling most people to ONLY use ms essentials, I hope you are not getting a "push" from microsoft to do that.
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22 Oct 2012   #226
kado897

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This site has no connection with Microsoft and we don't push MS software. Except Windows 7 that is.
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22 Oct 2012   #227
ganjiry

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Now I see why this site has been telling most people to ONLY use ms essentials, I hope you are not getting a "push" from microsoft to do that.
ive not seen this. i've seen it in a number of suggested av's but never "u should use mse"
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22 Oct 2012   #228
boohbah

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Now I see why this site has been telling most people to ONLY use ms essentials, I hope you are not getting a "push" from microsoft to do that.

MSE is the recommended av by most users here ,its a personal preference but a logical one also
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22 Oct 2012   #229
tom982

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Now I see why this site has been telling most people to ONLY use ms essentials, I hope you are not getting a "push" from microsoft to do that.
Well what would you suggest for an inexpensive, BSOD free, lightweight, good detection AV software? Please enlighten me. My advice is reflective of my own opinions, and nothing else.
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22 Oct 2012   #230
Golden
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Now I see why this site has been telling most people to ONLY use ms essentials, I hope you are not getting a "push" from microsoft to do that.
What are you suggesting? We recommend MSE based only on experience - there are no 'kick-backs' of any sort here, if thats your angle.
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