Hi alls !!
Like many others , i know that we normally don’t have to had 2 antivirus on a PC because they work against each other and this became a problem.
But with this new cloud technology and possibility … i ask myself if there is a way to join CCAV to CIS on the same computer and by this gain any benefit at all ???
So this is my question to you … possible or not ??
These are my experiences with the new COMODO Cloud Antivirus (version 1.0373531.68) :
1.) A small delay is present when initiating a system restart (Start, Power, Restart). 2.) Small delays when launching and or using certain applications. 3.) There is a loading delay for comodo processes as well as the system tray icon (On new boot up/after new system restart). 4.) COMODO Cloud Antivirus doesn’t register with Security Center/Security and Maintenance. 5.) According to Windows Task Manager, Startup impact is High (Shouldn’t this be medium or low, considering this is suppose to be a light application?)
In case this helps, I am using:
Windows 10 Professional 64-bit, with no other applications on startup.
Thanks for you told us ,
I want to konw whether the influence of the startup is very high every time ,we test some times , but only the first time to install is high influence .
Can you give us more information?
CCAV causes horrendous grinding of my HDD when copying a movie to my Sandisk Extreme 3.0 32GB USB drive. Also, it was copying it at only 30MB/s where without CCAV it copies the files to USB at over 60MB/s with no grinding at all. I don’t know why this is happening but one thing is for sure, it’s not normal.
Correct, you can add this app on the trusted applications list.
Please also try right click and run as trusted application; for now it is not configured to be added on trusted applications permanently but you are able to run it trusted instantly. What do you think about this behaviour ? Do you think once you right click and run as trusted it should be added on this list or run instantly ?
Exactly. It kinda defeats the purpose of security software if decisions are up to you in the end 90% of the time. CIS is a lot more quiet in this regard, I don’t get it why haven’t they ported whitelisting part directly from it…