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Discussion in 'Windows' started by ritika, Oct 19, 2008.

  1. ritika

    ritika New Member

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    DEAR ALL,
    ANYBODY CAN ANSWER WHY TWO ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARES SHOULD NOT BE INSTALLED IN THE SAME SYSTEM ??

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  2. xpi0t0s

    xpi0t0s Mentor

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    Waste of CPU time for starters, they're both doing the same job, so it checks for the same problem twice. Why would you want two AV programs installed at the same time anyway?
     
  3. ritika

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    thank u sir.
    my system was behaving unruly when i installed 2 AV .
    i did it out of curiosity as i am new to computers.

    anyway thanks 4 reply.
    regards
    ritika
     
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    thanks you for your post, you help is appreciated
     
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    Running two AV is fine as long as ONLY ONE real time scan is running.You might want to use the other one as an on-demand scanner.
     
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    thanxx lotsss
     

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