Posted 12 May 2005 - 10:57 PM
The screenshot is good, very helpful.
BTW, in Irfanview use (from the toolbar) IMAGE, then RE-SIZE/RE-SAMPLE after you open the picture in it.
Use FILE, OPEN if you open Irfanview first, then want to locate any particular photo file.
Use can easily choose "set new size as a percentage of..." and experiment with numbers, say try 60% first. Until you "save file" you can keep trying until you get a size you want. You can also decide to save your new size picture or convert the original from prompts after doing the above.
The RED Internal Virus Database indicates it indeed is out of date.
Blue indicates all is fine and operational.
AVG should be allowed to auto-update without your intervention.
As an option, if you desire, auto-updating can be cancelled and you can do it yourself, but AVG updates nearly daily. (which is very good for you).
I'm concerned that the RED indicates it hasn't.
So, my next question is what is the current internal virus database date?
Meaning, is it really updating with the Zone Alarm block in place?
Anti-virus killing malware does exist. I don't think it's present in your case.
Might be, but I doubt it. Still, your question(s) are legitimate ones.
As for times AVG will auto-update, I don't think you determine that.
At least not in the free version that I know of.
It will update when it does. So, for that reason whenever you are online,
and it can access it's home website with the required information to do an update, it will.
Check it again in the coming days, and post dates or details, please.
patiently patrolling, plenty of persisant pests n' problems ...