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Real-time Monitoring Software For Vista

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#1 Elendil


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Posted 20 June 2007 - 08:35 PM

Hi everyone!

I'm going to be switching from Windows XP to Windows Vista Home Premium tomorrow. From what I understand, ZoneAlarm, AVG, Ad-aware 2007, and Spybot S&D all work on Vista.

While this standard setup is great, I currently use a few others and was wondering if they work on Vista:
1. Winpatrol (liteware)
2. Spyware Guard
3. Cyberhawk

Additionally, I was searching online for real-time protection software for Vista and "discovered" that Spyware Terminator and WinCleaner also work on Vista, has anyone tried either on Vista Home Premium? WinCleaner AntiSpyware really sounds like part of the Winfixer family, but it comes up clean with SiteAdvisor.

As a sidenote, I was considering possibly switching to Comodo Firewall, does anyone have any comments about either Comodo or ZoneAlarm and their performance on Vista?

Thanks for your time!
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