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ThreatFire,MSE, And Avira


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#1 Epix Scene

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Posted 22 March 2010 - 06:27 AM

Someone Told Me They Can , But The Site Says MSE Wont Work With An Antivirus.
Im Currently Using avira and threatfire. but i mite add MSE if it will work with my AV.
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Posted 22 March 2010 - 12:12 PM

Microsoft Security Essentials Overview is basically a stripped-down version of OneCare aimed at users who either canít or don't want to pay for antivirus/anti-malware software.Microsoft Security Essentials auto-updates once every 24 hours and there is no setting within MSE to change the scheduled time or frequency. See the MSE Definitions/Signatures Update FAQ. However, you can always manually download the latest Microsoft Security Essentials updates from the Microsoft Malware Protection Center Portal.

Before installation, Microsoft Security Essentials checks for a validated copy of Windows and will disable Windows Defender. You need to uninstall all other "Memory Resident" antivirus applications before you install MSE.
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Posted 22 March 2010 - 04:06 PM

MSE and Avira are both real time antivirus programs. So therefore, you can't run them both on the same machine. I would personally use Avira instead, because it is one of, if not the best, free antivirus programs out there.




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