Re: My experience with MSSE
Anton Kolakov wrote:
> Downoaded MSSE for both XP and Win7 64bit. It runs fine on Win7 but on
> XP I am seeing as high as 100% cpu spike just from opening a folder.
> That is NFG Microsoft. Apart from that it seems good but would it have
> been too much trouble to give a quick right click menu item in the
> system tray to shut it down for us gamers? I created 2 .bat files that I
> can stop and start it with but I shouldn't have to do that.
> Another complaint is no option to opt out of sending data back to
> Microsoft, only basic info sent and advanced info sent options, this
> just about breaks my privacy concerns thresh hold and is something all
> other AV progs provide an option for. Default actions suck too, only
> options are remove and quarantine. Doh, MSSE has already quarantine 2
> exe files that were harmless game files. Where's the ask me what to do
> option with an option to ignore? And finally, WTF when I select to scan
> a single file using right click context menu in Explorer does it run a
> complete scan instead? I only want it to scan the single file. That'sw
> what it is doing under Win7 but I just tested it under XP and it works
> as advertised.
> Anyway, thanks for the free AV, I do appreciate it but fixing the above
> issues are paramount to MSSE success. Obviously your beta testers where
> not worth much if I can find these issues with it right off the bat.
> That's what happens when you open a beta to China but not Canada.
Why are you under the impression that MS actually *listened* to the
feedback from their beta testers ?
And, what makes you think that the beta was only open to those in
China ? Source please.
"Security updates should *never* have *non-security content* prechecked"