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mcafee system requirements for...

active sheild
personal firwall express
anti-virus

2 questions
1. how do these programs support each other ( if they do)?
2. how much memory do these programs take up total?

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please repond to the original message

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and include how to find out what kind of memory the cpu runs not how much what kind (as in rambus, pc100 those kinds)

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Norton or Mcafee : they suck big time !

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Hi all ,

Norton or Mcafee : get your hands off of them !
Trust me , they suck big time.

Plus : they cost way too much money and they use too much system resources , that's a big disadvantage , in my opinion.

Panda Antivirus Titanium 2004 ( and newer versions ) are way better and don't use so much system resources.

And they are much faster.

IMHO , at least.

I use Panda Antivirus Titanium 2004, I'm a satisfied customer of PandaSoftware , and I will never try Norton or Mcafee ever again , trust me.


Greetings ,


Pcfreakske2000

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YEAH WELL...

In reply to: Norton or Mcafee : they suck big time !

i used to use avg.
the only reason i am going with mcafee is because i can get it for free. now if you would please i really need those numbers

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