Windows 7 compatible Antivirus

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    Windows 10 Pro X64 Insider Preview (Skip Ahead) latest build
       #171

    I found instructions for making SEP 11 MR4 SP1a finally work with Windows 7 client. I did a test DL from the newsgroups of a file that I was reasonably sure was an impostor malicious file and sure enough, SEP caught it upon decoding.
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    Windows 7 Beta
       #172

    I'm using Avast Home, and Ad-Aware Free 2008 Anniversary Edition.
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    Windows 7 Build 7229 x86 and x64
       #173

    eset SS v3 and v4 works on win7
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    Windows 7 x86 RC 7100 Eee VERSION
       #174

    werD said:
    eset SS v3 and v4 works on win7
    Yes, working great!
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    Windows 7 Beta, Windows Vista
       #175

    johngalt said:
    I found instructions for making SEP 11 MR4 SP1a finally work with Windows 7 client. I did a test DL from the newsgroups of a file that I was reasonably sure was an impostor malicious file and sure enough, SEP caught it upon decoding.
    I tried this as well but got a BSOD every hour or so and removed SEP. I even had to roll the settings back to pre-SEP to keep it stable. I am going to try this again after I make an image of the laptop.
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    Windows 7 beta
       #176

    I started with AVG 8.5, tried to install Norton 360 ver 3 and it trashed my system 4 times or so and I had to run a system restore to recover (nasty!). Went back to AVG and it worked fine for a while until yesterday, Win 7 reported that there was an errror in that AVG was not passing on the proper data format to the windows security center (don't what the hell all that means). So I got Avasti antivirus and am running it along with AVG for firewall protection. I really do like Avasti's interface and speed.
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    Windows 7 x64 / Same
       #177

    I use Avast Home edition on Win 7 64bit. Seems to work just fine; except no boot time scan for 64-bit OSs.
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    widows 7
       #178

    AVG seems have some problems with windows7. I uninstalled it just now, I will try avast. If it is not so good, I will let my windows7 run without anti-virus.
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    Windows 7 Beta (Build 7000)
       #179

    I'm currently using AVG Anti-Virus Free v8.5.285 and all's well!
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    win7 ultimate / virtual box
       #180

    acysun said:
    AVG seems have some problems with windows7. I uninstalled it just now, I will try avast. If it is not so good, I will let my windows7 run without anti-virus.
    avira antivir is free and has good virus defintions working np on all of my win 7 intalls
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