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Posted 26 November 2017 - 09:29 PM
Late to the party.
I have had similar issues with a toshiba I had where I updated the firmware and it actually had less options and it give an issue. I had to do factory restore and then not to touch the bios. I agree not to touch the bios or most stuff unless fully certain.
Take for instance the new firefox, 57. Its a total nightmare. I thought it would be better than it is but you lose what firefox its all about it. Its addons. So I update, right? I lose all addons plus I cant revert back to my previous one. So the only option I have is to keep 56. Not to mention the same issues are happening with the addons that the updates suck and give issues. So I have to revert back even in that.
Luckily till now mse hasnt been an issue with the updates. The sizes has been consistent and low.
Ubunto has had issues but I couldnt find the time to just go the forums. Instead I have it at the local techs updating the new version. Hopefully it is better than the previous.
I did try several terminal commands that pretended to had fix it but glitches were always there. Now that Im updating it should be fixed.
I had tried those when I first started back to the pc world. I remember avast was the best antivirus I had ever seen. Now its a ram hog and slows down the pc dramatically. I also hate the new interface. I tried avg, avira, kaspersky, and the rest of the gang. I stopped short of bitdefender. All were a space hog, ram hog, made my pc extremely slow and were extremely annoying. MSE has done its job so far and hasnt given me any issues except the annoying auto update but ive learned to live with it.
Ive read that MSE is a real-time antivirus meaning it scans everything before it goes on the pc and constantly scans everything on it but on top of all that it also does have that scan feature if done manually. Though I almost never have a virus. Only rarely if I enter it an infested usb.
No need to apologize. You were trying to provide great information. I often find myself knowing old version programs. Then when I somehow find the new one or update it I find it a lot worst than how it used to be going crazy searching all over the web for that old version I used to use though very hard to find.
Posted 26 November 2017 - 09:39 PM
Edited by MadmanRB, 26 November 2017 - 11:31 PM.
Posted 27 November 2017 - 04:53 AM
I actually think it was my pc, oddly. The issue seemed to appear because of its kernal, conflicting with the system.
I had 17.04 and updating it now to 17.10. Though overall I did like it, very simple. But I did miss many of its customization of windows.
Since I am not that good with computers or linux and my surroundings cant help much with linux I have to stick to 17.10 and figure it out as I go along.
The funny thing is that lately I havent really done much downloading or uploading because Ive been too busy figuring it out. Watching films online or chatting with babes. Fixing pcs, or not having enough memory. So I havent concentrated at all at p2p, torrenting, and the like. Though trafficking at the bay sounds tempting. lol. I think all us experts should create such an island, sit back and take a sip.
Posted 28 November 2017 - 05:18 PM
Posted 28 November 2017 - 10:11 PM
Just read that ESR is for governments and school which is not what I want. What vulnerabilities? Dont they all have issues, vulnerabilities, and bugs? Add-ons and old interface is important to me.
Posted 07 December 2017 - 03:02 PM
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