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F-Secure .. Anyone know anything about it?


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duley3

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Charter offer F-Secure virus, spam, spyware protect to all of there costomers. I was just wanting to know if anyone here has used it and what you think about.

Right now I'm using AVG, Adware and thing like this (all free downloads) that why I wanted to know about F-Secure. Would this be better to use?
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I for one think that F-Secure software is excellent. I could recommend it highly for any user.

--bmwboy
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I for one think that F-Secure software is excellent. I could recommend it highly for any user.

--bmwboy



Thanks for the reply


Anyone else want to jump in? I could use a few thoughts..
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While I've never actually used the software myself, I saw an article somewhere which said some good things about it. Give it a shot. I'm sure there's a free trial somewhere.
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I'm sure there's a free trial somewhere.



Well I can get the full version for free thou my internet provider (charter). It has parental controls, spam blocker, virus scan, and all kind of stuff. I just don't know how well it works by it's self. This would be going on my other system for my children. I would like for it to just do everything by it's self.
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I see. Well, surely you can try just the virus scanner by itself for a bit if you don't want the spam killer or anthing like that as well. If you use the one from Charter, and you don't like having all of those services running, you can always disable them, or in some cases, chose not to install them.
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