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Janis

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We have Panda on three computers and was surprised today when I wanted to download and install it on a friends.  No such thing as free,  just a trial version.   Does this mean our "free" versions on our computers are invalid or not really performing?


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I'm not sure where you have looked, but there is certainly still a completely free version of Panda. It can be downloaded here http://www.pandasecu...free-antivirus/(downloaded file name is  PANDAFREEAV.exe .)

 

While the trial of the paid version is downloaded from here http://www.pandasecurity.com/usa/and the file name is  PANDAGP.exe


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Thanks MUCH!    We were doing a browser search which did not list the free version.


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Hi,

 

You might have ran  the trial version. These days most people are not aware of the fact that most of the antivirus software comes with a 30 day trial in which you can use it's functionality.

 

After that, the functionality might be limited. So you should use a paid version software to get back the functionality.

 

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