zbuckone

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  1. I think I'll leave this "roll-up" alone for awhile considering your (NoelC) experiences with it. Also since you mentioned it in this forum, I would like to know why you have been wanting to dump Avast antivirus for awhile. I was using it on Windows 7 but I switched to the free version of Bitdefender on my new laptop with Windows 8.1 OS. I made this decision after researching the current market of antivirus applications and found most of the reviewers had high praises for it. It also picked up several "best of" awards in the last several years. Another plus is it does scans while your computer is idle completely on it's own. It is truly set it and forget it! Still curious about Avast though. Thanks NoelC
  2. I think I'll leave this "roll-up" alone for awhile considering your (NoelC) experiences with it. Also since you mentioned it in this forum, I would like to know why you have been wanting to dump Avast antivirus for awhile. I was using it on Windows 7 but I switched to the free version of Bitdefender on my new laptop with Windows 8.1 OS. I made this decision after researching the current market of antivirus applications and found most of the reviewers had high praises for it. It also picked up several "best of" awards in the last several years. Another plus is it does scans while your computer is idle completely on it's own. It is truly set it and forget it! Still curious about Avast though. Thanks NoelC
  3. Please bear with me as I'm am somewhat a newbie. I have been using Vize pretty much since the beginning and now I am having a problem. After this weeks updates from Microsoft I have gotten the message I need to reload 79 files from vize but when I try I get a message that some files are not reshacked. I don't even know what that means but I have tried restarting several times and repeated the reloading process with no success. I get the same message. Will you please advise me on what steps to take in order to correct this? Opps. I am using Windows Vista Home Premium build 6001.