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Windows 7: A True x64 Protection Suite :o ?

09 Mar 2010   #31
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Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 

AVG Reps answered me but the too avoided the x64 version, and instead, pushed x64 compatibility ;(=| Bad.


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09 Mar 2010   #32
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Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 
Do not comment unless you actually have a solution ;(

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I'm sorry. But I've been reading this thread and the OP just seems to be a pain.

What difference does it make if the software is x64 native or compatible? An x64 software is not going to stop more threats than a x64 compatible one.

Forgive me, but stop being a pain in the ass. Enough solutions have been provided here.
For your kind information, you must know that any x32 software running in x64 environment needs to pass an additional layer, which though thin, adds up a 5% performance degradation. And x32 can't make use of more than 3.5 GB RAM.
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09 Mar 2010   #33
thathagat

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit,Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit,Windows XP sp3 home
 
 

well if you ever give up on finding the ideal 64 bit commercial security solution...then try this
MSE+WinFirewall+UAC+DEP
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09 Mar 2010   #34
TGSoldier

 
 

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TGSoldier View Post
I'm sorry. But I've been reading this thread and the OP just seems to be a pain.

What difference does it make if the software is x64 native or compatible? An x64 software is not going to stop more threats than a x64 compatible one.

Forgive me, but stop being a pain in the ass. Enough solutions have been provided here.
For your kind information, you must know that any x32 software running in x64 environment needs to pass an additional layer, which though thin, adds up a 5% performance degradation. And x32 can't make use of more than 3.5 GB RAM.
So. ALL software on your machine is x64 native. That's what you're telling me?

Run your x64 OS and install your x86 software. I guarantee you that you won't be able to tell the difference.

You're being foolish.
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09 Mar 2010   #35
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Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thathagat View Post
well if you ever give up on finding the ideal 64 bit commercial security solution...then try this
MSE+WinFirewall+UAC+DEP
Uhu, I won't give up
!;-)
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09 Mar 2010   #36
Great Poster

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 
You need to study man :-[

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TGSoldier View Post
I'm sorry. But I've been reading this thread and the OP just seems to be a pain.

What difference does it make if the software is x64 native or compatible? An x64 software is not going to stop more threats than a x64 compatible one.

Forgive me, but stop being a pain in the ass. Enough solutions have been provided here.
For your kind information, you must know that any x32 software running in x64 environment needs to pass an additional layer, which though thin, adds up a 5% performance degradation. And x32 can't make use of more than 3.5 GB RAM.
So. ALL software on your machine is x64 native. That's what you're telling me?

Run your x64 OS and install your x86 software. I guarantee you that you won't be able to tell the difference.

You're being foolish.
Not all software on my pc run as soon as I turn it on. Not all software on my pc protect my credit card details.
Not all software that are x86 can protect and integrate with the kernel patch protection in x64.
It is also that not all software vendors require to read the Norton white papers on kernal patch protection.
If you do not like me or my post, do not reply. Please stop using abusive language. I have already reported your previous post and I am going to report this one too
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09 Mar 2010   #37
Dinesh

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)
 
 

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Try Norton 360 v4.0.
Is Norton 360 v4.0 x64 or just " compatible "?
Its 64bit compatible. But if you need a complete x64 solution, there are very few options like MSE and Bullguard. They both installs in Program Files (x64) and in task mgr, their processes dont have *32.

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09 Mar 2010   #38
Great Poster

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 

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Try Norton 360 v4.0.
Is Norton 360 v4.0 x64 or just " compatible "?
Its 64bit compatible. But if you need a complete x64 solution, there are very few options like MSE and Bullguard. They both installs in Program Files (x64) and in task mgr, their processes dont have *32.

Thanks Dinesh, your knowledge is praised ;-)
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09 Mar 2010   #39
Dinesh

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)
 
 

Welcome mate
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09 Mar 2010   #40
TGSoldier

 
 

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TGSoldier View Post
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For your kind information, you must know that any x32 software running in x64 environment needs to pass an additional layer, which though thin, adds up a 5% performance degradation. And x32 can't make use of more than 3.5 GB RAM.
So. ALL software on your machine is x64 native. That's what you're telling me?

Run your x64 OS and install your x86 software. I guarantee you that you won't be able to tell the difference.

You're being foolish.
Not all software on my pc run as soon as I turn it on. Not all software on my pc protect my credit card details.
Not all software that are x86 can protect and integrate with the kernel patch protection in x64.
It is also that not all software vendors require to read the Norton white papers on kernal patch protection.
If you do not like me or my post, do not reply. Please stop using abusive language. I have already reported your previous post and I am going to report this one
too
I'm sorry. Like in my first response, I did not know that x64 offers more security than x86 to help protect your credit card details.

WRT kernel patching. That is a feature already integrated into the x64 OS. It has nothing to do with your anti virus software.


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